TechNet Webcast Weblog

TechNet Webcasts, Podcasts & Hands-on Virtual Labs! By Scott Lum

March, 2006

  • Windows Vista webcasts

    If you’ve been keeping track of the TechNet webcasts blog, Dean and Angela have been having all the fun here thus far. As a short introduction, I’m the content manager for TechNet webcasts. I work with all of the different product teams and other stakeholders...
  • SQL Server action figure joins the Source Fource (aka "what the heck do you think?")

    You just never know what my crazy co-workers over in MSDN webcasts are going to come up with next. They just introduced the third character in the “ Source Fource .” I thought I’d share since many of you probably use SQL Server in your daily lives...
  • February MP3 Player Winners Are In

    Congratulations to the February MP3 Player winners. Of the 10 MP3 players awarded, four folks were TechNet webcast viewers. TechNet Webcast: Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape Backup and Recovery with System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) and...
  • TechNet Webcast podcasts on iTunes!

    We've made the big-time. Guess I can retire now. What's more left to do? The TechNet webcast podcasts are on iTunes. Who says Microsoft can't be cool!?! Or at least TechNet webcasts can be cool, right? It's a proud moment. Now whether anyone will check...
  • Audio-Only Survey Winners

    About a month ago, the TechNet Webcast team released a small sampling of audio-only TechNet webcasts. Along with that, we offered up 8 MP3 players in a sweepstakes drawing for folks that completed a quick survey to tell us if they liked the format. ...
  • Kimberly Tripp SQL Server 2005 webcast on-demand ready

    The on-demand webcast for Kimberly's March 10 first session of the "SQL Server 2005 for the IT Professional" series is now ready. I wanted to get this out to you since we had technical server issues that caused 400 of you not to be able to attend the...