BizTalk presentations in the summer/fall, part two

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Published 23 June 10 04:20 PM | Johan Hedberg

I case anyone has missed it, BizTalk User Group Sweden, is as active as ever. We’ve got two great events planned after the summer.

Date: 26/8 2010 - Evening event.
Location: Stockholm
Topic: Managing your BizTalk environment using System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2
Speaker: Kent Weare
Sign-up: Here

This is a great event not only for BizTalk Developers and Operations but also for IT-professionals working with System Center, especially if they have BizTalk in their environment.

Date: 8-9/9 2010 – Yes, that’s right, this is a TWO DAY event.
Location: Stockholm
Topic: Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform aka BizTalk Server 2010 – Release party
Speaker: Richard Seroter, Ewan Fairweather, Stephen W. Thomas
Sign-up: Here

These are both events you do not wan’t to miss, and it seems people agree. Slots are filling up fast so be sure to be quick about signing up.

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# Prasanna said on September 1, 2010 03:36 PM:

Hi Johan,

Applied Architecture Patterns events sounds very interesting, will you be publishing videos and slides after the event ?

-Regards

# Johan Hedberg said on September 1, 2010 03:47 PM:

Yes, we will. The whole thing is going to be recorded an will be made available through the same channel as before - the MSDN BizTalk Development center at msdn.microsoft.com/biztalk

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