Just got home and I thought I'd capture a quick reaction before it wore off:
Was that an intensely good Tech.Ed or what?
I ended up attending three sessions - that's right, three (!) - because I was caught up discussing ISA Server, or Media Centre, or Windows Server or whatever with customers, and believe me when I say that I probably preferred it that way.
Some of the feedback I got was: Where were the ISA Sessions? By and large, there weren't any other than Wayne's ISA In SBS, and a couple of rave reviews from Steriley and Jesper's sessions (which I didn't manage to get to). It looks like there's a lot of people that would like various levels of information on ISA Server - it's not all been covered already!
I talked my figurative bum off (and nearly exposed it on a couple of occasions, for reasons to be disclosed in follow-up Tech.Ed Fallout posts), and hopefuly helped clarify a few issues for a fair few people.
More to follow when I've had a chance to recover, check out whether any photos worked on my newly-broken phone, and generally get back into the Sydney life. Thanks to all who came and chatted with me (and all the delegates either way) I hope you had a worthwhile time.
I'm back at the office this week following Tech.Ed on the Gold Coast and it's really quite here. I guess...
Well Movie World was ok with free rides (1hr wait) and free XXXX beers.
Yep, the waits were surprising. Though I had a load of fun on the Scooby Doo ride - talk about bait-and-switch!