Please note that this event has been postponed. The Windows HPC Server 2008 “Jumpstart” event scheduled for March 18, 2008 in Washington, DC, will be rescheduled. We apologize for the inconvenience. Our intent is to coordinate delivery of this event subsequent to the beta2 release of Windows HPC Server 2008. Please watch for availability of beta2 at http://connect.microsoft.com and register for upcoming HPC Jumpstart events at http://www.hpcpal.com. We appreciate your interest in Windows HPC platform technologies.
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Windows HPC Server 2008 – One Day Clinic
Washington, DC – March 19, 2008
“Windows HPC Server 2008” Clinic is an event where participants discuss their HPC solution scenario in a privately reserved 2-hour white-boarding venue with technology specialists. Candidate participants include IT Design Specialists and Software Development Project Leads. This is an exclusive offer and it is adjacent to the one day Jumpstart event being held at the same location.
This is not a traditional training event. There are no presentations or exercises. Attendees are expected to have a working knowledge of the technologies. We can provide material to help developing that knowledge prior to attending, although, in general, one member of attending organizations is expected to have attended a Windows HPC Server training event or be knowledgeable on Windows Compute Cluster Server (CCS) and/or High Performance Computing on non-Windows platforms.
Registrants will receive access to introductory material for self-learning prior to the event. If you consider this to be a good opportunity, please be sure to register early. Registration details are below.
How to Register:
To be considered for this event, please send an email by March 5, 2008 to firstname.lastname@example.org with the below information:
1. Subject line: DC Clinic Registration
2. Provide a short description of your current project.
3. Briefly tell us about your intent to port an existing application to Windows HPC Server or plan to develop a new solution for this platform.
4. Tell us when you plan to release a product on Windows Server in 2008 (in order to qualify, it must be within the next 18 months)
Attendance is free of charge. Travel, accommodations, and evening meals are the responsibility of the attending organizations.
If you have any questions, feel free to send email to email@example.com.
Hurry – Space is limited!!