As many of you know, Microsoft tech-Ed North America kicked off yesterday morning in Atlanta and continues through Thursday of this week. Now what if you are not able to be at Tech-Ed 2011? Well, too bad for you. No, I’m just kidding. While we would absolutely love to have as many of you as possible join us for Tech-Ed in person, we also know that not everyone is/will be there, so I’m putting up this quick post to share some information and resources for you on how you can still get a taste of Tech-Ed and sit in on some of the content even if you are not able to be there in person.
How to view the Microsoft Tech-Ed 2011 Keynote
Yesterday, Tech-Ed kicked off with a great opening keynote session which was streamed live across the web for people to view. (If you follow my Twitter account, then you probably saw the link I was sharing yesterday on how to view it). If you did miss it though, we have it posted and available for viewing on demand. Here is how you can view it:
For those interested, you can also view the transcript of the Tech-Ed 2011 keynote online.
Here’s a quick peak at the “Taste of Tech Ed” agenda they have posted:
Want to keep up with Tech-Ed 2011 as it is happening through social media? If so, then you better be doing the items below:
Here are a few other items all of you Tech-Ed fans may be interested in as well:
I hope this quick recap above helps those of you unable to join us at Tech-Ed 2011 access and find useful information from Tech-Ed. It is not all of the information, since the only way to get it all is to be at Tech-Ed, but hopefully it is a lot of information that you can still use and learn from. Hopefully you will be able to be in attendance next year and we will look forward to having you join us.
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Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman – Follow me on TWITTER, LinkedIn, and RSS and see “What I’m thinking” Director, Worldwide Partner Experience Microsoft Corporation This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights