Peter & Bill MSDN Roadshow Update: Parsippany, NJ date moved from 9/20 to 10/16!!!

Last week, I announced the Peter & Bill MSDN Roadshow coming to various locations throughout the tri-state area.  I have two updates for you:

First, I apologize to those who registered for the September 20th kick-off road show in Parsippany, NJ.  Due to some last minute snafus, we have had to move this event to Tuesday, October, 16th.   The registration link remains the same as my original post from last week.  If you registered for the 9/20 event, you're automatically registered for the 10/16 event now.  So now, we'll kick off the road show series in Stamford, CT at the University of Connecticut's CITI campus on Oct 2nd.

At the Stamford & Parsippany stops, Bill Zack and I will be covering:

  • New Thinking in Data with LINQ and Visual Studio 2008
  • Building an Effective Messaging Infrastructure with the Widows Communication Foundation
  • Light up the Web with Microsoft Silverlight

Second, we've already added a third roadshow date to the line up!  (Expect more soon!)  On Wednesday, October 3rd, the Peter & Bill MSDN Roadshow will be coming to New York City to cover Silverlight & Expression.  The NYC Roadshow stop is a joint effort we're doing in conjunction with the New York Enterprise Windows group.  You can register for that here.

At the NYC stop, there will be a different agenda which covers:

  • Building Rich Interactive Applications with Microsoft Silverlight
  • Delivering Rich Web Experiences Using Microsoft Expression Studio

Here's the new line up:

Location Date & Time Registration
University of Connecticut CITI – Stamford, CT
Connecticut Information Technology Institute
1 University Place, Stamford, Connecticut

October 2, 2007

1:00 PM–5:00 PM


Event ID: 1032352087

Microsoft Office - New York, NY
1290 Ave Of The Americas 6th Floor
October 3, 2007

12:00PM - 4:00PM

Event ID: 1032353686
Hilton Hotel - Parsippany, NJ
One Hilton Court, Parsippany, New Jersey

October 16, 2007

1:00 PM–5:00 PM


Event ID: 1032352500

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