Tech·Ed IT Forum 2006 - Personal stats
As you probably know, Tech·Ed IT Forum 2006 ended last Friday. Overall I must say that the whole event was a quite good experience (excluding food quality, obviously).
Technical sessions were more than interesting, maybe because there are so many new exciting products coming up. The community lounge and the Ask The Experts (ATE) area (where I worked) corresponded to my high expectations. I had the opportunity to review some of the MVPs, MCTs and Microsoft employees I know: Benjamin Mateos, Ilse Van Criekinge, Neil Hobson, Mark Arnold, Scott Shnoll, but I also met some new people: Toomas Ruus, Steven van Houttum, Ted Shultz e Eileen Brown (I finally got to know Eillen, but we didn't have the time to say more than a hello).
If you didn't attend the greatest Microsoft technical event in Europe, please tune in The Virtual Side.
Finally, I would like to leave you with some interesting personal stats:
# of sessions I attended: 13
# of hours at Ask The Experts: 9
# of BSOD at the CommNet computers: 3
# of attempts to do the Exchange CCR lab: 8
# of naps Alex took (and I assisted): 3
# of Alex was hit by a bike: 2
# of times the hotel key didn't work: 7
# of beers drank: CENSORED!