Ok, I promise, this is the last Tech-ed 2008 related post 🙂 Opening keynotes: The hall was packed. There were just over 2100 delegates in total apparently. Prime Circle, my second favourite SA band, played at the party on Sunday evening. Another sun rise from my hotel room. I only had time to … Continue reading Tech-ed: some pictures
I attended Tech-Ed Africa twice before this year, the last time in 2003. Much has changed since then – some good, some not so great. The good I felt like I got more out of this year, technically speaking, than I ever did before. It may be that I have matured in my thinking, and … Continue reading Tech-Ed Africa 2008 – final thoughts
Day 3 By now, I am tired. Buggered. But the brain is buzzing, and I have lots of space still to fill up. The day started off with a continuation of the System Center session that I attended yesterday. Fantastic info allowed me to think about the architecture of my potential deployment. My husband and … Continue reading Tech-ed Africa 2008 – Part 2
This is a collection of my thoughts on Tech-Ed 2008. It is not all about the technology, but also about my experiences. I mainly focused on System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) due to my current focus at work, but tried to squeeze in different technologies here and there. Day 1 After a rocky start to … Continue reading Tech-ed 2008 – Part 1
I attended Tech-Ed Africa 2008 over the past couple of days. My brain is full, and I have much to dump, so I will be posting, over the next day or so, about my experiences, things I have learnt, etc.