There is an event next Saturday you might consider watching and listening to. It’s the first of many Springboard Technology Expert Panel (STEP) events to come. The STEP program is made up of Microsoft employees, MVPs and MCTs.
This particular event is being delivered live in our west coast offices, but we will simulcast the event via LiveMeeting. So you’ll be able to listen to the presenters, see the demos, etc. Attend remotely via Live Meeting. Here is the registration information and link:
Date: 2/28/2009 – yes, it’s a Saturday Time: 8:00 AM - 1:30 PM PST – the folks on the west coast need to get up early. The rest of us don’t. Register @ https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=135966
Date: 2/28/2009 – yes, it’s a Saturday
Time: 8:00 AM - 1:30 PM PST – the folks on the west coast need to get up early. The rest of us don’t.
Register @ https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=135966
There will be a whole host of people answering questions real time in the LiveMeeting client so make sure you have that installed and working ahead of time. You should also plan to listen to the session via the LiveMeeting audio, not your phone. Sorry, the number of phone ports is limited. I’m sure this will be recorded for offline playback and viewing anyway.
One last thing. I just went through the click to attend registration process and although it’s less than ideal, it gets the job done. You’ll have to ignore some of the information on the confirmation you receive. For instance, it lists a conference calling number but no participant code. I don’t know if that is intentional, but I thought I would mention it since the LiveMeeting organizer, Harold Wong, would prefer you use LiveMeeting audio anyway.
"Microsoft’s understanding of the needs of IT Pros when designing Windows"
is this why they remove features like the "invert selection" menu item?
Well i was going to register but i dont have live meeting or access to it, so there goes that.
I hope its posted afterwards in a general media format that can be downloaded and watched.
Downloading and installing LiveMeeting to watch the webcast is free.
Sorry for any confusion on that.
will the live meeting be recorded? its going to be 300am sunday local time in melbourne australia...
Yes, I'm sure it will be.
Please post up when the recording comes available. I missed the event this saturday.
I also look forward for the recording of this webcast.