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Hi, this isChrista Anderson, Community Lead for the Windows Server and System Center Group, back with this week’s updates on the next stops in the Windows Server 2012 Community Roadshow. This time, I’m happy to announce we’ve got four more events in the United States, new cities in Australia, and events in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Tokyo.
Register now for an event in Houston, Texas on November 27
Register now for an event in Austin, Texas on November 29
Register now for an event in San Antonio, Texas on November 30
Register now for an event in Brisbane, QLD Australia on December 5
Register now for an event in Singapore on December 5
Register now for an event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on December 6
Register now for an event in Redmond, Washington on December 7
Register now for an event in Tokyo, Japan on December 8
As always, 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 and more events are submitted each week. If you don’t see an event coming to a city 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.
Due to continuing demand, we’ve extended the roadshow into February. 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
I hope you can join us!
Christa AndersonCommunity Lead, Windows Server and System Center Group
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