TechEd Europe 2012: Day -1

So for everyone that has been waiting here it is. TechEd Europe 2012 is finally here and where better to host this event than the magnificent city of Amsterdam in The Netherlands.

From today you can pop along to the superb venue that is the Amsterdam RAI and register early to beat the rush. That is exactly what I have done. I touched down in Amsterdam early evening and headed over to the hotel for a quick check-in then over to the venue to pick up the much-anticipated bag, conference and session guides, all the marketing leaflets you get and of course your valuable ID badge.

Monday lets those of you who registered online to visit the pre-conference seminar of your choice, and what a cracking line up. Check out the website for more information on these seminars. My personal choice will be seeing the legends Johan Arwidmark and Kent Agerlund doing their thing speaking about user-centric application delivery, one of the main improvements in ConfigMgr 2012.

Keep a close eye on the blog over the week for updates from TechEd and if your around come and visit me and the team from Inframon at stand PP4 in the Partner Pavilion.


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About Martyn

Martyn is one of the Senior Cloud Architects and DevOps Team Leader at one of the worlds leading Cloud Transformation Specialists Inframon. Martyn is responsible for the architecture of some of the largest Azure deployments in EMEA and is a advisor to a many businesses on their strategies. Martyn is a regular speaker at Microsoft events and community events on Azure and DevOps, giving his insight to a growing number of audiences.

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