Get your 2008 Wave Launch T-shirt Here


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As per the normal tradition of a launch, the obligatory T-shirt is an absolute must.  Click here to take the quiz (you'll need to sign in) and correctly answer 8 out of 10 questions about Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008 to win.  Terms & Conditions apply naturally, including the need to be an Aussie member of the Partner Program and stocks are limited.

Need more info on the launch?

Click here to visit the Partner Hub and get up to speed on the biggest launch event of the year!

With the Australia-wide Heroes Happen {2008} launch events about to kick off in Sydney in February, you’ll want to make sure you’re up to speed on the new server products – Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008. The WAVE hub is designed to be your one-stop-shop for all the training, sales and marketing materials you need to make the most of the launch opportunities. The hub also features a Blog Aggregator displaying the latest information and commentary from around the world including webcasts, case studies, tools, playbooks and personal opinions. Use these valuable resources to make sure your expertise is up to scratch so you can offer the best possible business solutions to your customers.

>>Visit the Heroes Happen {2008} hub now!

Comments (2)
  1. Nick says:

    Hi Nick – thanks for your interest.

    These T-shirts are for Microsoft Australia Partners only at this stage.  So I have THREE suggestions for you:

    1. Visit http://blogs.msdn.com/ausdev/archive/2008/02/07/win-a-heroes-t-shirt.aspx to win a limited edition shirt, before 14 Feb 2008 
    2. Visit the exhibitors at the event as they may have some Wave merchandise
    3. Why not become a partner yourself?  It’s easy to sign up and doesn’t cost anything!  Click here for more info https://partner.microsoft.com/Australia/40032508.

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    Will non partners get a chance to nab one of these? i’m attending the wave launch in sydney & would love one 🙂

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