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FREE Microsoft MVP Event Australia and New Zealand. March 2014. Register Now

March 6, 2014 Leave a comment

The FREE MVP Community Camp (ComCamp) is a six-day event with both Live Webcasts and In-Person Seminars. MVPs from nine countries will deliver webcasts available to anyone anywhere to learn trends and techniques from these industry leaders; the in-person seminars will be available in 22 cities across seven countries with tracks providing opportunities to connect with others in the same expertise/interest area and to have a number of technology hands-on experiences.

Delivered by MVPs who not only possess the expert knowledge in their field but also have been influential technical leaders to IT community and audiences. Each session is 60 minutes long and includes Q&A to help you get an instant feedback on questions you have had during the session.  Between each session, 15 minutes break is given for MVPs and community members to network, share their thoughts on topics presented and share technical experiences.

There are sessions happening in the principal cities of Australia : Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide and New Zealand. Make sure you register early to secure your spot.

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MS Virtualization for VMware Pros : Jump Start

April 28, 2011 Leave a comment

Exclusive Jump Start virtual training event – “Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals”  FREE – on TechNet Edge

Where do I go for this great training?

The HD-quality video recordings of this course are on TechNet Edge. If you’re interested in one specific topic, I’ve included links to each module as well.

 ·   Entire course on TechNet Edge: “Microsoft Virtualization for VMware Professionals” Jump Start

o   Virtualization Jump Start (01): Virtualization Overview

o   Virtualization Jump Start (02): Differentiating Microsoft & VMware

o   Virtualization Jump Start (03a): Hyper-V Deployment Options & Architecture | Part 1

o   Virtualization Jump Start (03b): Hyper-V Deployment Options & Architecture | Part 2

o   Virtualization Jump Start (04): High-Availability & Clustering

o   Virtualization Jump Start (05): System Center Suite Overview with focus on DPM

o   Virtualization Jump Start (06): Automation with Opalis, Service Manager & PowerShell

o   Virtualization Jump Start (07): System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012

o   Virtualization Jump Start (08): Private Cloud Solutions, Architecture & VMM Self-Service Portal 2.0

o   Virtualization Jump Start (09): Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Architecture | Part 1

o   Virtualization Jump Start (10): Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Architecture | Part 2

o   Virtualization Jump Start (11): v-Alliance Solution Overview

o   Virtualization Jump Start (12): Application Delivery for VDI

·  Links to course materials on Born to Learn

Project Phoenix : MSDN Ultimate subscriptions to give away

October 6, 2010 1 comment

Hi Everyone,

fellow MVPs Greg Low, Darren Gosbell ,  Arnie Rowland and Rod Colledge are giving away 7 MSDN Ultimate subscriptions.

Called Project Phoenix, it awards (among other things) Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate with MSDN subscription to unemployed or underemployed developers who commit to developing a project using Microsoft tools for an eligible non-profit organisation. More details on the program can be found here.

Project Criteria;

  • Client is an Australian or New Zealand non-profit, school or church,
  • Solves a problem or satisfies a need for the client,
  • Client desires the project and is supportive,
  • Uses any combination of .NET 4.0, Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, or Windows Phone 7,
  • May be a new software solution, or an upgrade to an existing software solution,
  • Additional consideration given projects that will be posted on Codeplex with a GPL license

An eligible developer may submit project proposal information here.

An eligible non-profit may submit a project proposal here. Eligible developers without a project proposal may select from one of the available projects listed below;