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Last post Jun 02, 2006 04:07 PM by bills

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    IIS team tours Europe speaking to Web administrators

    Jun 02, 2006 04:07 PM|bills|LINK

    The IIS team is kicking off this summer with a 10 country IIS roadshow in Europe. Already our very own program manager, Chris Adams and lead developer, Wade Hilmo have finished speaking to Web administrators in Iceland, Slovenia, Serbia and Poland. Chris in Wade had the opportunity to present four IIS sessions at both the NTK conference In Portoroz, Slovenia and at the opening of the Microsoft Innovation Center in Poznan, Poland.

    In Iceland and Serbia however, Chris and Wade had the fortunate opportunity to deliver a full day of talks completely dedicated to IIS. During these Web Administration Summits, our speakers from the product team educate customers on a host of IIS6 topics including secure authentication, ASP.NET 2.0 management, troubleshooting with the Debug Diagnostics tool, as well as data mining with Log Parser 2.2. In addition, customers get a special preview session covering all the enhancements coming in IIS7.

    The show is not over yet! Immediately after TechEd 2006, the IIS team will send program managers Alexis Eller and Chris Adams to speak at the six European and Middle Eastern locations listed below. We are very excited about this opportunity to meet with customers and we hope if you have a chance, you will join us at these events. Event registration is detailed below:

    6/19 Milan, Italy - Web Administration Summit: Italy

    6/21 Zurich, Switzerland - Web Administration Summit: Switzerland

    6/23 Moscow, Russia - IIS Presentations at Russia's WebDevCon'06

    6/26 Ra'anana, Israel – Web Administration Summit: Israel

    6/28 Madrid, Spain – Web Administration Summit: Spain

    Bill Staples
    Product Unit Manager, IIS
    blog: http://blogs.iis.net/bills