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If you are a System Center geek like me and you are going to be in Houston on May 16th you should check out Day-5. Day-5 is a community built event focused on providing some additional System Center content for the people who just want more. Many of our MVPs, community members and partners who are making a long trek from out of state or country to be @ TechEd. The additional event put together by two of our finest MVPs – Maarten Goet and Cameron Fuller is supported by Stephen Leuthold and the HASMUG (Houston Area System Management User Group). Day-5 will be a 2-track learning event and will include 12 MVPs across the System Center, Azure, and Hyper-V expertise. Here is the latest speaker and sessions posted on the event site:
Speakers & Session titles: (Alphabetically ordered)
You can register for Day-5 @ http://hasmug.eventbrite.com
See you all in next week!
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