August, 2004

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    Filling my brain in the northwest

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    This week I'm in sunny (!) Bellview, Washington. MS corporate has put together an intense 3 day training meeting for field personnel like me as well as key Microsoft advocates around the world. They've got some excellent speakers from a variety of product...
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    Longhorn News

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    One of the benefits of getting near Redmond for things like our Airlift here in Bellevue is you never know who's going to pop in for a visit. Just a little while ago, Jim Allchin (Group Vice President, Platforms) came by and let us all know what's happening...
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    Off and running

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    Well, yesterday I kicked off another round of MSDN events in lovely Norfolk, Virginia. This is normally the territory of my colleague Geoff Snowman, however he's been forced to take an extended leave of disability for medical reasons. I enjoyed the audience...
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    Greensboro, NC : MSDN Event followed by User Group (was Pub Club)

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    Well, I'm guilty of not researching my information properly! In a previous post, I had proposed a .NET Pub Club on the evening of Tusday, August 17th, following the MSDN Event. That was before I realized that the date conflicted with the meeting date...
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    MSDN Events: August/September

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    Well, I just got final confirmation on my MSDN Events schedule. I've listed them below. Hope to see you at one. 8/10 Richmond, VA 8/12 Raleigh, NC 8/17 Greensboro, NC 8/19 Charlotte, NC 8/31 Greenville, SC 9/2 Atlanta
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About Pla.NET Southeast!

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 Hi, readers! The posts on this old blog are preserved for reference by generations of Internet users to come. OK, maybe not that long. In either case, Glen doesn't blog here anymore. Click here to visit Glen's current blog