Today we had a lunch session on "How to Get Published," and apparently it killed. The presenters were Ken Jones and Linda Engleman from Microsoft Press and they talked about...
Newsflash: I just heard that 270 people took exams today at our on-site test center ($50 for any exam... and the WS2003 to WS2008 beta exams, which are free) which is a lot. There are spaces left for the rest of the week, you can sign up in room N330. Also, there is beer and pizza in the cram 4 exams room (same place) during the nights (6-9 pm) in case you want some help studying.
..."What it takes to become a technical author." I know a lot of you who aren't here are interested in this, so I'll try to get Ken or Linda to post a recap of their presentation for you armchair TechEd attendees.
We have more lunch sessions...
Newsflash: A screaming stuffed monkey just flew over my head <Mindsharp is giving them away as swag...>
...this week on:
If you are certified, come get a sticker or a tatoo from our booth (in Microsoft Resource Zone)... some tall dude is walking around giving out prize packages to people who are certified...!
Last thing: Chris Nee, who just stopped by, already knew I was a girl. Awesome.