13 Dec 2012 I finished the season at Microsoft MCP Club Moscow. I spoke about DirectAccess in 2012 and why is it worth to implement even if you haven’t done it with previous version.
As usual the audience was just excellent, they forgave me all the small mistakes I made, knew some of the material better than I did and so on. Therefore, it was sweet meeting: I like it very much and it was a success.
At the moment I’m processing the recording (I’ve lost video for the demonstration – chose a wrong mode for it), and thinking if I should make an English version.
The day before yesterday I was speaking at MCP Club: Moscow. The topic was named like “IPD Guides: I Plan Darn Good”. Guess what? Seems like it was fun! =) Well, at least I found it entertaining and I hope everyone else had a good time =)
What have we done back there? First I delivered a small presentation about IPD and why is it important to plan. For example, I said that it allows you to reduce resource conflicts like that:
After this we had a workshop:
The audience created company (a strange one, I’d say, but it worked for us), then planned with my little help for the Exchange roll-out and then we did it with IPD. At the end it was obvious that we lost availability on our way without IPD, but nothing else. So, the audience was way proficient
Thanks, guys. That was a session of a kind which is clearly impossible without your involvement, so you were a great crowd! =)