More TechEd Europe 2005 info

by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2005/05/17 21:44 -04:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2005/05/17/418951.aspx


You may have noticed the new graphic on the side there.  As I mentioned previously, I will be in Amsterdam for TechEd Europe 2005.

The talks will be mostly the same as the ones in Orlando, but with two important differences -- (1) I will have all of the feedback from Orlando to work with before taking the stage, and (2) a whole different set of customers to talk to!

Then the other advantage is that I will finally get to meet so many of the people who live around here that I never manage to run into, from Betsy Aoki (cf: Hear me speak about blogging at TechEd Amsterdam) to Kimberly Tripp (nothing on her blog yet, but she listed as one of the top speakers on the TechEd site so I will assume they managed to sign her up!).


# Michael S. Kaplan on 17 May 2005 8:18 PM:

This is a phenomenon I first noticed with Paul Litwin, another Seattle native. We noticed that being in the same city did not help us see each other; when we were in the same place, it was always on the opposite side of this country or in another country entirely.

I have no idea what the name of this phenomenon is, or why it happens.

# Alicia Cales on 18 May 2005 2:26 AM:

Good for you! Glad to have a friendly face. :) I don't have benefit of Orlando warmup but I hope to see you there as well!

Betsy

# Michael S. Kaplan on 18 May 2005 7:21 AM:

I am sure the people in Orlando will feel more empowered by the idea of being a valuable source of feedback than being a warmup. :-)

But I know what you mean....

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