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I may have blogged about this before. And I do think it’s a very useful tool. But it still needs improving…
The Events and Webcasts team responsible for the www.microsoft.com/events site have built a handy search page. You can find out about events by:
The result is a nice list of links to the events matching your wishes.
“Sounds great, Kevin. What could need improving?”
Well, my main suggested improvement for this site would be to give it the ability to generate an RSS link that would automatically populate a list of the results based on these criteria, and then a person could just watch their feed for new events as they become available – kinda like the cool link you can generate if you visit the MSDN Events site’s “Custom RSS Feeds” page, and what we’ll have soon for our TechNet Briefing’s, also.
Also – let me chose more than one product. Give me a multi-select list where I can check-off all of the products I use the first time I hit the site.
If both of those suggestions were implemented, it would mean that I would never have to visit that site again… unless I wanted to add or drop a product from my list of “what’s interesting to me”. That would be cool.
This URL below is similar but also allow you to choose any or all 3 kinds of event types.
Hello, Kevin. Just saw you at Schaumburg on Thursday right after finishing part 12 of 12 of your Windows Administration webcast. Great presentation. Saw the familiar super squirrel and Mission Impossible mouse...8) Hopfully it will relocate back in Chicago
next quarter. Look forward to your next series.