TechEd 2008 early-bird registration has opened.
As per my earlier post I'm happy to announce that we've secured a full SMB Pre-day! This will be filled to the brim with deep technical content around Small Business Server, Essential Business Server & the Microsoft solutions that run on this platform.
The Windows Essential Server Systems pre-day will be A$550, discounted to $220 for those who are also attending the full TechEd event. It will be open to both partners & customers & whilst the agenda is yet to be locked down, what we're currently thinking is at the bottom of this post. There'll also be a number of SMB focused sessions in the main event.
Presenters will be a mix of local partners & Microsoft head-office folk, hopefully people from the SBS & EBS dev teams. My aim is to deliver deep, deep content that will really help attendees understand the products & so over the next couple of months I'd love your continuing feedback around what you'd like to see. We will also have a mix of networking events (both before & after the sessions), ask-the-expert panels, SBS Community lounge & hopefully a very attractive, on-sellable giveaway that will help people cover the cost of coming along. More on this once confirmed.
Cheers, hope to see you there & let me know your thoughts,
SBS Down Under : Register now for the SMB pre-day at TechEd 2008: http://blogs.technet.com/sbsaustralia
I'm totally confused. If we are referring to Australia teched, I can't find any reference to SBS on any agenda items or tracks.
Apologies - I should have pointed this out. The SMB day's official title is the Windows Essential Server Solutions day: http://www.microsoft.com.au/teched/pre_days.aspx
There'll also be content throughout the main event, but the SMB day will be the main focus.
The wave is building Kinda feels like this surfer at the moment. We're on the crest. It's building up.
So our Track Owners are busy working on making TechEd 2008 the best experience for you in terms of deep
It was good to finally take the wrappers off Small Business Server 2008 last night as local SBS MVP Wayne