I will presenting at a couple of the forthcoming UK Microsoft Technical Roadshows (we used to refer to these as MSDN roadshows, but the new events now have an IT Professional and a Security track, alongside the traditional Developer track)

 

Full information on the event, registration details (the event is free), and agenda, can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/uk/resources/techroadshow/default.mspx. It does tend to fill up, so "book early".  

 

The four locations are:

  • Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 April 2004
    Bolton, Reebok Conference Centre
  • Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 May 2004
    Edinburgh, Corn Exchange Building
  • Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 May 2004
    Telford, International Centre
  • Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3 June 2004
    London, Hilton Metropole

 

I’ll be at Edinburgh and Telford (near Birmingham – I had to check on MapPoint Europe 2004, a most excellent product I use all the time), and will be doing the session:

 

  • Building Data-Driven Websites with ASP.NET

 

I had better start working on this – it’s a good subject, and alongside the actual presentations, I look forward to meeting and talking with many of you, which is part of why these events are so much fun to be involved with.

 

By the way, any suggestions as to what I should cover, or any cool demo ideas, appreciated via comments to this blog!