Busy week for .NET in Burlington (and free Vista and Office 2007 licenses)

The first three days of the week are busy ones!

On Monday, Vermont.NET is having it’s Vista/.NET 3.0 Launch meeting. Local brainiacs Mike Soulia and Rob Rohr will be presenting (after months of working with the Vista Launch team as part of the big user group roll out) and we’ll have 5 Windows Vista licenses to give away (plus free pizza & soda thanks to TEKSystems, who recently opened up an office in Burlington).

Tuesday is the TEchNet/MSDN Event in Burlington. It’s a day of training on Vista and Office 2007 products, with the morning focused on IT Pros and the afternoon for developers. Susan emailed me yesterday to say that they will be giving away Office 2007 licenses at the MSDN event!!!

I’ll be missing that though because I’ll be driving down to Albany to give a presentation to the Tech Valley .NET User Group about ADO.NET Orcas. Thanks to INETA for sponsoring this trip.

Then I drive back on Wednesday do to a GeekSpeak show with Susan Wisowaty (who is doing the MSDN event on Tuesday) and Glen Gordon. They were kind enough to move the time to later in the afternoon so that I’d be back from Albany on time and ready for action.

 

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