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I just got confirmation of my registration for TechEd 2006. That's shaping up to be a great one, with all the products lined up for release later this year. The Windows Vista and Office 2007 Beta 2 versions will be out by June so we're sure to have a lot more content available on those. And, of course, there's all the developer buzz around WinFX, Atlas and WPF/E. Lots of good stuff...
My last TechEd was in 2003, when I was staffing the IIS6 ask-the-experts booth. This time, I am going as a regular attendee, which will probably give me more time to actually attend the sessions.
If you're planning to go, you should register soon. First, because the early bird discount ends on April 14, second because this one is sure to fill up soon.
Check it out at http://www.microsoft.com/events/teched2006/