Friday, May 06, 2005

Microsoft TechEd 2005

 
Tech•Ed 2005 is Microsoft's largest technology educational conference. Meet thousands of your peers. Discuss the challenges you face in the industry. Explore solutions with the experts behind the technology you use every day. Add value to your company's IT investments.
 
Get onto to the edge of developing the most productive software solutions, and deploying state-of -the-art server infrastructure.
 
Tech•Ed 2005: It's here that you learn the technologies that shape the future of the industry, get the answers that you have been looking for, and get onto the ascending growth path. Do not miss being a part of Microsoft's flagship technology conference.
 
 
Build your own personal agenda from 6 targeted tracks offering over 65 technical sessions, Hands-on-Labs, Chalk-Talks, Panel Discussions and more (per city).
Engage with outstanding speakers, network with your peers, gain insights from Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) - and much more. Tech•Ed 2005 facilitates formal and informal networking with people who share your interests.
The Exhibition Hall and Hands-on-Labs let you discover and evaluate dozens of the latest Microsoft products as well as hundreds of products and services offered by Microsoft partners.
 
 
To register, click on the city below.
City Date Venue Add to your
Outlook Calendar
Bangalore June 14 - 16, 2005 Grand Ashok, Kumarakrupa High Grounds.
Tel: 080-22269462, 22250202
Chennai June 20 - 22, 2005 Hotel Taj Coromandal, 37, Mahatma Gandhi Road.
Tel.: 044-55002827
Mumbai June 23 - 25, 2005 Renaissance, No. 2 & 3B Near Chinmayanand Ashram, Powai.
Tel: 022-56928888
Hyderabad June 27 - 29, 2005 Shilpakala Vedika, Shilparamam Campus, Madhapur.
Tel.: 040-23112704 / 23112705
New Delhi June 30 - July 2, 2005 Amity Campus, South Wing, Sec. 44, Noida.
Tel: 95120-2431463 - 66
 

2 comments:

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Hi itsDifferent

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Goal setting is hard work, and harder still if you don't have short range goals, mid range goals and long range goals.

I think you'll agree that few people really take the time to set goals of any kind.

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high profile said...

Thanks for a good read on your blog.

I’m leaving a little “teaser” for you here to start you thinking about something you may have disregarded for awhile.

Perhaps it will make a difference in your day, month or year. Who knows, it could change your life!

I hope this is of great benefit to you, and maybe you can pass it on…

How to Begin to Achieve Your Goals

Once you have set your lifetime goals, the best thing that you can do is set a 25 year plan of smaller goals that you should complete if you are to reach your lifetime plan.
From there you can just shorten your overall goal spans for example, you set a 5 year plan, 1 year plan, 6 month plan, and 1 month plan of progressively smaller goals that you should reach to achieve your lifetime goals.

Each of these should be based on the previous plan. It is the best way to begin to achieve a lifetime that is filled with and results in a life without any failed wishes. It results in a life without regret.

You see, by starting out slowly, you are giving yourself the chance to realize and work on achieving the goals that you set out to.

Nobody ever succeeds at attaining a goal that was forced through. Those that tried never really got what they were hoping for. In rushing through and trying to achieve your goals quickly you will likely miss a few key aspects that can really change your outcome.

Think of it this way; if you were to run a 10K marathon and decided to take a cab for half of the journey; have you really achieved that goal? Would you be satisfied when you crossed the finish line?

It would be a hollow victory that could only provide a moments happiness.

Finally set a daily to do list of the things that you should do today to work towards your lifetime goals.

At an early stage these goals may be to read books and gather information on the achievement of your goals. This will help you to improve the quality and realism of your goal setting and in effect; make it easier to achieve them.

You also have to review your plans, and make sure that they fit the way in which you want to live your life.

Once you have decided what your first set of plans will be, keep the process going by reviewing and updating your to-do list on a daily basis.

You have to periodically review the longer term plans, and change them to reflect your changing priorities and experiences in your life.

Have a GREAT day, and set a few new goals while you’re at it!

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