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Meet the Men behind the Mic: SQL 2005, Windows Server Admin, Windows Migration Webcast series

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These are three musketeers you oughta know.  Over the last year, we've been running these educational webcast series on TechNet, where you get to learn A to Z on a given topic over the course of about 10-12 webcasts, complete with homework and pop quizzes.  I found three of the "professors" together at TechEd this year, and these guys have presented our last three educational webcast series.   The beauty is that you can still check out this great content on-demand.  These series all got rated an 8 out of 9 on customer satisfaction, so this is quality content with quality presenters.  

Meet (from left to right):
*Bryan Von Axelson:  Check out the SQL Server 2005: Get Ready webcast series.  Bryan's series starts in the on-demand section of the page, about half way down.  It's the 10-part series.  Bryan has got some energy.  You won't fall asleep in this series.   Guaranteed.

*Chris Henley (he's the Dodgers fan):  Check out the To Active Directory and Beyond! Learn Windows Migration strategies series.  In this series, Chris walks you through the planning, design, and implementation of a migration strategy from a legacy Windows environment to Windows Server 2003.  Chris throws in a little Star Trek-like space theme, to keep things interesting.   As if the power of Windows Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2003 wasn't enough...

*Kevin Remde (my partner in crime on the TechNet Events & Webcasts Bloggers site):  Check out the Windows Server 2003 Administration: Understand key concepts series.  Kevin's series is the 12-parter that is listed down the page under on-demand webcasts.  Kevin shows you how to get the most out of the management and administration features of Windows Server 2003.  

These guys know their stuff, care about you getting the info (you can also find them presenting in-person events through the TechNet Events program), and actually have a personality.  Amazing!

Dean Andrews
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