Are you heading to the Windows Server code name “Longhorn” Software Design Review next week in Bellevue? Or maybe the Microsoft Management Summit 2006 later this month in San Diego? How about to Boston for Microsoft TechEd 2006 in June? If so, be sure to catch us there!
I’ll be presenting a session at the Windows Server code name “Longhorn” Software Design Review on the new features of Windows Installer 4.0 and designing Windows Installer packages for server applications. Sound interesting? Check out the Longhorn Server SDR web site and look for session AS07.
I’ll also be presenting a session at MMS 2006 entitled: What’s New in Windows Installer (MSI) 3.x and a Sneak Peek at Windows Installer 4.0 for Windows Vista . You can find out more about the session by going to the MMS web site and searching for session SW07.
Additionally, several members of the Windows Installer team will be at TechEd 2006 in Boston. There is currently no breakout session scheduled, but we will be available in the Windows Client Track lounge area to talk with you. I am also working on Ask The Experts, Birds of a Feather and other opportunities for you to interact with us. Stay tuned to the blog and I will post updates as they become available. If you are interested in attending TechEd 2006, check out the TechEd web site.
[Author: Tyler Robinson]
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