It’s true — I suck.
After managing to kill not one but two laptops within a week (one during a presentation at Connections, one shortly after returning home), I’ve finally gotten enough control of life to be able to post the links to the PowerPoint presentations of the sessions I gave at Exchange Connections last month in Orlando. I had a ton of fun, enough so that I’ll be doing Connections in Las Vegas this fall (“Vegas, baby! Vegas!”). I got a lot of terrific support and encouragement and had a blast with my fellow presenters. It was good to see old friends again as well as make some new ones.
- All About Sender ID
- Best Practices for Exchange 2003 Site and Server Consolidation (co-presented with the talented and lovely Missy Koslosky)
- Email Discovery and Compliance…On Ice!
If you were one of the people who saw me there, thank you very much (and you already have the URLs, which I made sure were live within a couple of days of getting home). Double thanks if you were one of the people in my DCAR presentation, who watched me smoothly dump a bottle of water on my T-30 and then have to give the last third of the presentation off of old printouts of the slides. You were amazing. I’d also like to thank the folks who showed up for the book signing.
Unfortunately, I’ll not be making it to TechEd in Boston; I have yet to get there. One of these years! On the other hand, I am getting to travel to Europe in a couple of weeks to present at some roadshows about Exchange 2007 and Office 2007 (I’ll be doing a track on Exchange 2007). Since I’ve never been off the North American continent (other than a few trips to Hawaii several jobs back), I’m looking forward to getting to head to Lisbon and Oslo, as well as spending a week in London. If you’re in London or surrounding environs and would like to meet up with me, drop me a line!