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You'd better get your skates on if you'd like to join us for the Technical Roadshow this year

You'd better get your skates on if you'd like to join us for the Technical Roadshow this year

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There are a handful of places left for the Glasgow leg of the technical roadshow tour 2007. If you'd like to join us then visit the registration site and sign up - as usual it's free. This year we'll be focussing on Vista, Office and Exchange of course and will SHOW YOU how to make the most of the exciting new features to reduce your costs and increase your effectiveness.

The places for Nottingham, Bristol, Harrogate & London went in no time at all. To those of you who are joining us I encourage you to think long and hard what you'd like to get from the show and don't be shy in asking any of us to explain EXACTLY what you need to know.

Unlike previous years we're going to host a session in the afternoon where we run through scenarios for deployment and implementation of each technology. It's going be hard work for the presenters and hopefully a stimulating experience for everyone who joins us.

If you work with a technical community such as a local user group or similar then please hit the comment button to raise awareness of it's existence. If you'd like to arrange for a user group meeting to take place the day before or after the day we're in town then please let me know and it would be great to join you.

Note: "Get your skates on" is a phrase my parents used when I was late for things as a child!

The dates and locations for the rest of the tour are as follows:

  • 20th February, Nottingham @ The East Midlands Conference Centre
  • 27th February, Bristol @ The Watershed
  • 6th March, Glasgow @ The Science Centre
  • 12th March, Harrogate @ The International Conference Centre 
  • 20th March, London @ Olympia 
     
     
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  • Check the formatting of your dates.

    Maybe Microsoft can pay for me to visit Glasgow! ;)

  • Dude I'd love for MSFT to be able to fly my friends in but I don't think the shareholders would appreciate it!

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