Hi, we're back with another list of Windows Server 2012 Community Roadshow events... We are really flying now with events. Lot's of great participation and education on Windows Server 2012 from our MVPs to you.  We hope that you can make an event. If you don't see one in your area, you can request one from the site in Christa's message below.

 

Kevin

Hi, this is Christa Anderson, Community Lead for the Windows Server and System Center Group. The roadshow is ramping up for a busy week! Between November 19 and 23, we’ve got two separate events in Finland (one in English and one in Finnish), as well as events in Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Stockholm and Manila—and sold-out events in Sarajevo and Manila.

Register now for an event in Sydney, Australia on November 19
Register now for an event in Helsinki, Finland on November 19 (English)
Register now for an event in Espoo, Finland on November 20 (Finnish)
Register now for an event in Espoo, Finland on November 21 (Finnish)
Get on the wait list for an event in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on November 21
Register now for an event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on November 21
Register now for an event in Stockholm, Sweden on November 22
Get on the waitlist for an event in Manila, the Philippines on November 23

Seating is limited, so reserve your spot now to get free technical Windows Server 2012 training from Microsoft MVPs, some of the smartest people in the business! We continue to schedule events in many more cities to deliver training. So, if you don’t see a place near you in the list on the Web site, please request it here: https://ws2012rocks.msregistration.com/CityRequest.aspx. If you’re an MVP who’d like to present about Windows Server 2012 for the roadshow, then you’re welcome to create an event on the same site.

We’ve got events scheduled through January. Please check the site to find an event date in a city near you. For more information on the Roadshow, to register, or to find out if there is an event coming to a city near you, go to ws2012rocks.msregistration.com

Thanks,

Christa Anderson
Community Lead, Windows Server and System Center Group