MMS 2012 Travel Guide Part 1: Getting settled in Vegas

This blog post is part of a series. The other parts can be found here: How to survive MMS 2012. So you’re heading to MMS 2012 this year! Good for you! It’s the top notch event for all System Center enthusiasts! It will be my 3th summit and I’m not pretending to be a vet but can give you some nice tips I’ve learned in the past. First of all I’m not going to bore you on how to survive the plane trip to Vegas because let’s face it. Plane trips are boring. Some like them… I think they are just plain boring but ok you have to get there one way or another (remembering the story of the ash cloud 2 years ago ) Read about it here TIP: Check your travel docs. Make sure you have a passport which is valid for at least 6 months after your stay and if your are from outside of states make sure to...
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MMS2012: Schedule builder has been opened for Alumni

9 weeks to go to THE event of the year for everyone who’s working with System Center software. As usual this MMS will be packed with good info, nice peers to talk to and sessions given by the best of the best of System Center Specialist. This year will be extra special (is this possible?) because of the Tidal wave of new versions being released. The session builder is open to alumni (people who attended MMS in the past year) since yesterday and will be available to the general public beginning of March. I’ll be posting my favorite sessions shortly so check back soon to find out where you’ll find me taking in all the new things to use them to make my customers happy as never before. There are 4 things you need to book when you’re at MMS2012: Breakout sessions Instructor Lead Labs...
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