Just a quick update, tickets are going fast for the Vista: After Hours events, but you still have a chance to get hold of them! We had some brilliant feedback to our last After Hours events, back in May, and these promise to be even cooler, with even more cool technology!
These After Hours events are for technology enthusiasts – after you attend these you will be buzzing! The events cover what’s in Windows Vista out of the box and how you can extend it. Products we'll will cover include: Windows Vista (Search, Photography, Movie Maker, DVD Maker, Back up and Restore Center, Network and Sharing Center and more), Windows SideShow, Digital Picture Frames, Windows Home Server, Xbox 360 Elite, Media Center, Windows Live Gaming and Virtual Earth), and we might even show the Master Chief.... :-)
I'm not promising anything here, but seeing as the release date is 26th September, and our events are around that time, you never know....
You can read our agenda for the previous event, back in May, here but obviously, technology has moved on, so we'll have an updated agenda around pretty soon!
Anyway, we'd really like to fill these events to the brim - you really will enjoy it, even if you're not a geek - it's just a fun event.
You can register for the event which is closest to you, here:
James, has gone into geek overdrive, and has actually plotted loads of cool stuff about the After Hours gig on his blog.
Not only has James plotted the map of the events, but it turns out we're hitting about 23,500 square miles! On foot! Just kidding on that one.
He's also gone all Web 2.0 on us (what's new!) and created a facebook group! Feel free to join if you are attending, or thinking about attending! You really can influence the content we show using facebook!
I also mentioned, just the other day, about TranquilPC, who've kindly offered to provide us with one of their Home Server Appliance's, the T7 for the event. If you too have something you want to show, we're happy to talk about it, as long as it's relevant! Don't get me wrong, we're not going to be selling directly to the audience here - we just want to highlight the cool stuff that you guys are building out there, on the Microsoft platform.
PingBack from http://www.universityupdate.com/Technology/Windows-Vista/4764159.aspx
Awesome news from the guys up North - Their new Home Server baby is shipping , and it's going to be a