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Yes, it is unfortunately true

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I have unfortunately been prevented from speaking at TechEd in New Zealand, Australia, and Japan; the final events I was planning to speak at before I leave Microsoft on September 1. I cannot express how terrible I feel about this. The hope was that these events were supposed to be an opportunity to celebrate the past and the future before I move on. The only thing I can say is that I hope to see everyone at some other event in the future.

Sorry.

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  • He's being "prevented" from speaking.  That suckshttp://blogs.technet.com/jesper_johansson/archive/2006/08/12/446247.aspx...

  • Speaking as someone who was looking forward to seeing you present at TechEd NZ, I can only say "Bugger!".

  • A real shame; was so looking forward to seeing your last talk at TechEd NZ

  • Jesper,

    Re your planned presentations at TechEd NZ (and, I guess the other two as well), will the sessions be cancelled completely or will other people be running through your Powerpoint presentations?

  • Jesper has blogged that he won't be coming to Tech Ed in New Zealand, Australia or Japan this year. ...

  • That is seriously bad news!  I reiterate Dan's "bugger"!

  • You should speak at Sinergija 06 (Novi Sad, Serbia, Oct 9-11), too.

  • What a shame!

  • I was sorry to hear you wouldn't be making it to Oz - you're definitely missed. Kai's great, but he isn't Jesper...

  • PingBack from http://www.secure-software-engineering.com/2008/03/02/yes-it-is-unfortunately-true/

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