Wow! After what seemed like a too-short month off (December), the work has resumed with vigorous intensity. Here are my public appearances in the coming weeks and months:
24 Jan : Beyond the Firewall security seminar in Jakarta7-8 Feb : I.T. Professional's Conference in Mumbai (Bombay)27-28 Feb : community gathering and security seminar in Adelaide1-2 Mar : community gathering and security seminar in Brisbane6 Mar : community gathering and security seminar in Melbourne16 Mar : security pre-conference in Taipei20-24 Mar : TechMentor spring conference in Orlando28 Mar - 6 Apr : security road show throughout southeast Asia 28 : Manila 30 : Bangkok 4 : Kuala Lumpur 6 : Jakarta9-12 Apr : Windows Connections spring conference in Orlando13 Apr : Security Matters summit in Atlanta26 Apr : security seminar in Hong Kong3-5 May : Southeast Asia security roadshow resumes 3 : Ho Chi Minh City 5 : Hanoi8 May : Security Matters summit in New York10 May : MEDC (Mobile and Embedded DevCon) in Las Vegas23-24 May : Institute for Applied Network Security forum in Dallas
If you're available when I'm in your city, register and attend the event. It'll be a lot of fun, I promise!
Hey! What's with leaving Sydney off the list, on Feb 28th!?!?
See you there...
I thought you were coming to New Zealand sometime in the next few months, Steve?
What, no stop in Cleveland??
Jesper and I have divided Australia/New Zealand. I'm presenting in Adelaide, Brisbane, and Melbourne; Jesper is presenting in Sydney on 7-8 March, Canberra on 9-10 March, and Perth on 13-14 March. We don't have anything in Sydney on 28 February, n00dles. He's planning then to go to Auckland, Dan, but the folks there still finalizing the date and venue.
The Security Matters summits in the US will be in five cities this year: Atlanta on 4/13, Dallas on 4/25, New York on 5/8, Chicago on 5/23, and Detroit on 6/26. I'm speaking in Atlanta and New York, Jesper's speaking in Dallas and Detroit. MarkP, a registration web site will be up on 1 February, you could sign up for the Detroit show.
Hi Steve, like your said be a lot of fun.
See you again in Jakarta.
Are there any plans to visit Latin America cities this year? Panama City, Panama for example (hint...)
oh man... I've already registered and paid for this... it doesn't say it's just Jesper on the website here https://www.local.microsoft.com.au/australia/events/register/home.aspx?levent=698626&linvitation
Not that Jesper doesn't rock, but I do enjoy your tag team seminars.
n00dles, looks like they forgot to put our names on the domain isolation session. Check my previous comment about how we've split the cities.
I'm looking for a good conference and have been satisifed with TechEd but would always be open to something new.
Can anyone provide feedback on TechMentor -vs- TechEd for information provided?
Steve my man,
Looks like Jet Lag is your friend. :) See you again in Jakarta.
Btw, can you ask Michael Howard to travel as much as you? No one really show the light in term of security from Developer point of view.
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Can you speak at my SQL Server User Group? We can arrange a user meeting at April 05, around 07.PM at MS Jakarta Office.
Hi Steve,,, Its was fun listening to you back here in Manila - during the roadshow...
Yeah, I really wish I could have had more time to explore Manila. Looks like a fun place!