The Wadeware team is getting ready for Exchange Connections 2009 in Las Vegas next week. We’re excited to do things a bit different this time. For the last few years we’ve had attendees BYOL (bring your own laptop) to the workshops. This year we’re providing killer 8GB laptops running Windows Server 2008 for the attendees and attendance has jumped quite a bit. We’re hoping that by providing the laptops this year we’ll be able to circumvent a lot of setup and configuration time to the course get started sooner.
This year I’ll be proctoring our Transitioning (Upgrading) to Exchange 2010 course. Here’s the blurb from the Exchange Connections site:
This one-day hands-on workshop takes you through the process of transitioning your Exchange 2003 or Exchange Server 2007 organization to Exchange Server 2010. Exchange Server MVP Peter O’Dowd will discuss different transition methods and strategies to seamlessly move your services and mailboxes to the latest version of Exchange. In this information-packed day, you’ll use an 8GB Windows Server 2008 laptop provided by Microsoft to walk through several hands-on labs developed by Wadeware®.
You can find out more and can still sign up at the Dev Connections site.
There are still a few spots available for the Exchange 2010 training. See you in Las Vegas.