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This week, EnergizeIT heads out to New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and Quebec.
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On Tuesday, Damir and I fly to Moncton for EnergizeIT, where we’ll be doing the EnergizeIT Community Connection presentation. It’s a non-stop no-slides-till-the-very-end demo in which we build the applications and IT infrastructure of a business right in front of you, giving you a grand tour of Visual Studio 2010, SharePoint 2010, and Office 2010 along the way. We’ll be presenting at the Mapleton Rotary Pavilion on 600 Mapleton Road at 6:00 p.m.; if you’d like to catch this free presentation, you can sign up on the registration page.
On Wednesday, Damir and I will drive from Moncton to Fredericton, where we’ll do the same presentation, this time at University of New Brunswick’s Gillin Hall (540 Windsor Street), once again at 6:00 p.m.. As with Moncton’s event, registration is free; you can sign up here.
These aren’t the only places with EnergizeIT Community Connection presentations. In Saskatchewan, we’ve got John Bristowe and Rodney Buike doing these presentations:
Meanwhile, in Quebec, Christian Beauclair and Rick Claus will be doing the French edition of the presentations in these cities:
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And the final city of the EnergizeIT Community Connection tour is Mississauga, where Damir and I will do the presentation in the MPR room of Microsoft Canada’s headquarters (1950 Meadowvale Boulevard). It takes place at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27th.
[This article also appears in Global Nerdy.]