Somewhere between the physical and the virtual
More announcements ...
The first day’s keynote out of the way, online chatter about TechEd Europe 2010 turned to session reporting, the announced naming of Configuration Manager 2012 (formerly “v.Next”), and continued absorption of Microsoft’s initiatives in cloud computing, Hyper-V Cloud in particular.
To give you a kind of wrap up of the goings-on of the past several days, and, as previously, to give a virtual shout-out to some of the more notable voices from the community, here are some blog posts we found interesting, along with a small selection of Twitter personalities. I’m also including an aggregation of the related videos that we’ve put together, including those that TechNet Edge’s David Tesar, Joey Snow, and Adam Carter (BOMB) shot on site in Berlin. Enjoy!
In addition to the folks we highlighted previously—and who continued to post, such as Leon Hament—a few others caught our eye:
Too many tweets and tweeps to mention but a very small selection of them. Here are four from the community who posted originally and regularly, whom you may wish to consider following:
Events like TechEd Europe 2010 serve as great focal points for a business like ours, with all the messaging and content that needs to be put together, polished, or published in preparation—to say nothing of all the logistical considerations (schedules, staffing, booth arrangements, shipping, etc.)—and delivered if not created during the event.
Among these are the several blog posts and videos our team and our partners have crafted and published to support the themes and messages of our presence at the event. For the key blog posts, I’ll just refer you to the main blogs we publish:
And, finally, here’s a roll-up of all the relevant videos we and our Edge friends have published of late, in chronological order:
Apologies for the length of this post—but there's quite a lot to try to summarize in a week packed as this one has been. Hopefully, though, all that has helped you get a feel for the event from an online vantage point.
Do let me know if you find this kind of content worthwhile; we can make it a monthly feature, not just an occasional piece tied to specific events.
- dave //