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Mondays Suck. Come to DEVCOMM5.

Mondays Suck. Come to DEVCOMM5.

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Mondays suck. 

Why spend your Mondays in that boring team meeting, catching up on email, or surfing the web? Instead, you can spend your Mondays at DEVCOMM5, getting ready for the technologies you need to be successful.

Are you ready?

Announcing 5 days of FREE readiness training on Microsoft technologies to help you prepare: DEVCOMM5.

TO REGISTER, VISIT THE Service Providers Developer Training site

Microsoft is partnering with Dunn Training and Consulting to bring you DEVCOMM5: 5 intense days of readiness training from industry experts, on the technology that you need.

The choice is up to you. Attend a few classes and get the training that you need, free of charge. Attend all 5 sessions, and you are automatically entered in the drawing for an XBox 360 or a Palm Treo 700w featuring Windows Mobile 5.0 technology. To register, just visit www.microsofttraining.com/devonsites and enter the registration code for the session that you are interested in. Register for each event individually, but make sure to register for all 5 to be eligible for the XBox 360 and Palm Treo 700w give-aways.

Raise Your Level.

TO REGISTER, VISIT THE Service Providers Developer Training site

Location For All Events: Microsoft Alpharetta Office
March 20th, 2006, 9am-5pm: Productivity with Visual Studio 2005 and Team System
March 27th, 2006, 9am-5pm: ASP.NET, Web Services, IIS 6.0, and Windows Server 2003
April 3rd, 2006, 9am-5pm: SQL Server 2005 for Developers
April 10th, 2006, 9am-5pm: BizTalk 2006, Commerce Server 2006, SharePoint for Developers, and Visual Studio Tools for Office
April 17th, 2006, 9am-5pm: Migrating approaches and strategies for existing ASP, Visual Basic, and Java solutions

TO REGISTER, VISIT THE Service Providers Developer Training site

  • What about Europe?
  • I would go if they were on a Saturday or Sunday.
  • OK, so it's Monday, and you are thinking "man... I've got nothing really pressing to do, and I have read...
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