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Whether you are attending #MMS2010 next week in Las Vegas or not, we want to hear your questions about the next release of Configuration Manager. We are running a panel session at MMS on the Thursday, details are:
EA01 - Configuration Manager v.Next - Ask the Panel of Experts Veronese 2404-25065:30-6:30
We have the entire product team leadership attending, from Product Unit Managers, to Group Program Managers, and all of the feature leads. We already have over 500 scheduled for the session. It should be a lot of fun. In this session you will be able to talk to the actual decision makers about what is in, what is out, why something was designed and more.
We have also been taking questions in from Twitter. You can follow and submit questions using the #MMSEA01 session tag (or hit the connections below to ask us directly) , and we are collecting those questions to be answered. We will post those after in a blog, but hopefully you will be there in person!
We look forward to seeing you next week.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
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