Admin & Developer 2004 in Munich

by Volker Weber

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There is a whole lot of people coming to the conference including some very good friends. So, in no particular order I will see Bob Balaben, Ed Brill, Karen Hobert, Rocky Oliver, Thomas Gumz (yes!), and a whole lot more that I was partying with only three weeks ago. :-) So I think I have talked to a lot more than half of the people on this impressive list of speakers. If you are sitting on the fence regarding this conference, I think it's time to enroll. :-)

So, who else is going?

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Sure I will be there already Saturday for party in Munich and to meet some friends on Sunday.

See you there :-)

-- Daniel

Daniel Nashed, 2004-02-20

I.

:)

Helmut, 2004-02-21

Darnit. The Web site is completely in German. I assume the presentations will be, too?

So much for my idea of making a vacation tax-deductable. I suppose I'll have to go back to my old idea of traveling to Europe in June.

I think I'll be going to Microsoft's Tech-Ed, though. Anybody here planning to attend that?

Esther Schindler, 2004-02-21

ich nie sprechen kein Deutsch. So at least my presentation will be in English ;)
I'm planning on being at TechEd, too, but you'll have to look for the funny glasses and the wig. (that's a joke!)

Ed Brill, 2004-02-21

Both my presentations will be in english. I speak no second language other than computer languages.

Andrew Pollack, 2004-02-21

@Esther: I'll go to TechED, though it's back in Amsterdam this year. Last 3 times it took place in Barcelona, which is a more interesting city than Amsterdam.

Helmut, 2004-02-22

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