I'm on holiday in Greece. Finally will return to the office on Monday and catch up with many of questions here.  Its been a fun month launching the product and learning more about customer success stories.  Don't forget to register for these as the technology is limited in terms of audience size and demand was really high for the last round.  And in case you are wondering there are a couple in May on topics you asked for as well.

MSDN Webcast: Adding Business Activity Monitoring your BizTalk Server 2004 Projects - Level 200
April 07, 2004
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
John Ballard, Program Manager, Microsoft
Building BAM into your BPM applications provides real-time business level information to your users. Learn how to use the Excel Wizard, Tracking Point Editor, the deployment infrastructure and also the BAM API.

MSDN Webcast: Real-World BizTalk Server 2004 Editing and Mapping Techniques - Level 200
April 08, 2004
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
John Ballard, Program Manager, Microsoft
This session is a deep dive on the BizTalk Server Editor and Mapper. Learn how to model flat-files and EDI-files. Learn how to detail with complex mapping scenarios including embedding your own XSLT, using .NET components in maps, performing cross-referencing and exercising the table extractor functoid.

MSDN Webcast: Building on BizTalk Server 2004 Human Workflow Services for the Visual Studio .NET developer - Level 200
April 12, 2004
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
Imran Aziz, Program Manager, Microsoft
HWS provides an infrastructure for human based workflow built on top of the orchestration technologies. In this session learn how to build actions, use the HWS web service API, combine actions into activity models and finally interface workflow with InfoPath SP1.

MSDN Webcast: BizTalk Server 2004 EDI with and without the Covast Accelerator - Level 200
April 14, 2004
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
Ravi Vedula, Test Lead, Microsoft and Gijsbert in ‘t Veld, Chief Technology Officer, Covast Corporation
Understand the base level support in BizTalk Server 2004 with an example, then understand when to leverage the Covast EDI Accelerator functionality.

MSDN Webcast: InfoPath SP1 and BizTalk Server - Level 200
April 19, 2004
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Pacific Time
Scott Woodgate, Lead Product Manager, Microsoft
InfoPath is to BizTalk Server what Outlook is to Exchange. In this session learn how to interface InfoPath to BizTalk Server for scenarios that include message routing and transformation, orchestration and business rules. Use a variety of transports including file and web-services and take advantage of the HWS integration and Sharepoint integration.