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Jen’s Diary: A belated Review of my first year on the Board

Disclaimer: I am not officially talking for PASS here. These are my own opinions. I'm a year into my tenure on the Board of Directors for PASS. What have I done, and what have I learned? The Skinny: Set up new VCs Supported other VCs with speakers, Microsoft 'go to' contacts, I created a Pathway… Continue reading Jen’s Diary: A belated Review of my first year on the Board

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Microsoft is coming to Hemel Hempstead for a free of SQL Server, Windows Server and System Center training!

SQLRelay and Cloud OS Relay are joining forces at Hemel Hempstead for a great, free day of training! This will be held on 15th November at Shendish Manor, which is in Hemel Hempstead.As featured on TechNet, we will be having a SQL Server track and a separate Infrastructure track, which is dedicated to Infrastructure specialists.… Continue reading Microsoft is coming to Hemel Hempstead for a free of SQL Server, Windows Server and System Center training!

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Women in Technology: Children at Technical Conferences

I read a post with the same title by Tim Radney, which I loved. In his post, which I suggest you read, he talks about taking his son to a technical conference. I thought I'd write a little bit about my experiences taking my son to a couple of User Groups in the UK. A few… Continue reading Women in Technology: Children at Technical Conferences