Tech-Ed 2005 Orlando Webcasts Online


If you missed Tech-Ed in Orlando, many of the sessions are now available online. Check out the site here:

Tech-Ed 2005 Webcast Series

Did you miss a breakout session at Microsoft Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida, or have co-workers who could not attend? Tune in to our "best of" Tech·Ed 2005 webcasts in August and September and continue to learn, solve, and grow as we present live some of the most popular sessions from Orlando. Hear top speakers dive into Exchange, Active Directory, Smart Clients, and more and get the chance to have your questions answered. Check back, as we continue to post more webcasts, and in the meantime see our library of more than 100 on-demand pre-Tech·Ed webcasts and Tech·Ed 2005 simulcasts.

I watched Mark Russinovich's (Winternals, Sysinternals) Understanding and Fighting Malware: Viruses, Spyware and Rootkits talk the other day. Good stuff. You can hear the crowd respond in the background, which always seems to make these more interesting.

Comments (1)

  1. Ignacio says:

    This EULA (as the oldest one) only applies to you if your local law accept it.

    In most of the countries in the world (those that are not USA) you can just make public any benchmark without the obligation to follow any of the conditions told by the old or the new EULA.

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