I’m taking a quick break from geeking out with Azure storage, SQL Azure, and the like to remind everyone of our upcoming Northeast Roadshow series. We’re kicking things off officially next Wednesday in Rochester, and will have four stops over the next couple of weeks.
There’s space available at all, and registration is just a click away via the links below. Note, too, that there’s a complementary TechNet program at three of the venues as well – led by our IT Professional Evangelist Dan Stolts. N.B. These are separate events, so be sure to sign up for both if you’re looking for maximum impact :)
The full program can be found at any of the links above (or on my previous post), but in a nutshell we’ll be looking as reducing the ‘cloudiness’ of Windows Azure and taking a demo-intensive look at what’s coming down the road shortly with Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.
By the way, if you happen to be in the Burlington, VT area, we’ll be popping in for the Vermont .NET User Group next Monday, March 8th, as well. We’re looking for it to be a rather informal night, but bring any Azure-related questions and concerns and we’ll either answer them or distract you with unrelated shiny demos.
Finally, for an amazingly exhaustive list of other developer goings-on in March and beyond, check out Chris’ recent blog post. And trust me when I say things will only get busier when we get close to the Visual Studio launch; this is an exciting time to be a developer!