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PASS Summit: Day 1 Keynote Live

It’s the first day of the PASS Summit 2010 and I”ll be live blogging the first keynote here. Click on the link below to follow along!

From the Summit site:

Ted Kummert will open Day 1 of PASS Summit 2010 by highlighting continued innovation across Microsoft’s business and information platform. Kummert will explore Microsoft’s key technical investments that help solve the toughest issues for various roles across an organization, from IT Professionals to developers. Kummert will explore Mission Critical applications, getting the most out of your datacenter, and the accessibility of Business Intelligence in an effort to deliver on Microsoft’s vision of enabling data platform customers to be more efficient through integrated tools. Some exciting product announcements will also be shared exclusively with PASS attendees so you won’t want to miss out!

On a side note: I REALLY hope we hear announcement for SQL Server 11 :-D

Click Here for live blog!

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4 Responses to PASS Summit: Day 1 Keynote Live

  1. VM says:

    Do you mean announcement that Denali CTP1 is available for download here:

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=6a04f16f-f6be-4f92-9c92-f7e5677d91f9

  2. VM says:

    They have to do this before announcement. Because it takes them up to 24 hours for file to be replicated on all of their download servers. You know – there will be thousands of people who will be downloading this at the same time, so there are many servers available for download :-). This happens every time and they have no way of hiding this…

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