As I mentioned in my previous post, I just returned from Denver where I was a speaker at the Microsoft Unified Communications: Featuring Exchange Server 2007 roadshow. While I’m not big on travel, I definitely enjoyed Denver; I like the city only slightly less than I like the Pacific Northwest and I got to hang out with my co-presenter (and Exchange rockstar) Jim McBee.
The New York, Atlanta, and Denver events are done, the Chicago event is happening as I type, but there are still six more dates. Dates listed in bold are ones I’ll be presenting at:
- San Francisco – April 17, 2007
- Anaheim – April 19, 2007
- Dallas – April 24, 2007
- Boston – April 26, 2007
- Phoenix – May 15, 2007
- Washington DC – May 17, 2007
The cost for the event is only $99; register at the link above. If you want more details about Exchange 2007 and the show is coming near you, then go register now. Events are filling up!
As you can see, between my regular deadlines and my upcoming travel, I’m staying busy for the rest of the month — but I’m going to work in time to walk through some nifty PowerShell hints and tips I picked up while finalizing my PowerShell session for Exchange Connections, including a great feature I was shown by Microsoft’s Evan Dodds.