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Windows Server 2003 Launch Events Nationwide

Attendees will receive Windows Server 2003 Evaluation Kits, vouchers and discounts on training and technical resources at launch events throughout the U.S.

Microsoft's official launch party for Windows Server 2003 takes place in San Francisco but, as the company has done in the past, it will hold satellite launch events throughout the U.S. on the following dates:

April 24
San Diego (1); San Francisco (2); New York A.M. (2); New York P.M. (2); Raleigh, NC; Austin, TX (1); Fort Worth, TX; Seattle, WA (2)
28
Oklahoma City, OK
29
Charlotte, NC; Columbus, OH; Portland, OR (1); San Antonio, TX (1)
30
Stamford, CT (1), Harrisburg, PA (2)
May 1
Phoenix (1); Little Rock, AR (1); Santa Clara, CA (1); Mashantucket, CT (1); Tampa, FL (1); Boise, ID (1); New Orleans (1); Minneapolis, MN; Nashua, NH (2); E. Rutherford, NJ A.M. (2); E. Rutherford, NJ P.M. (2); Milwaukee, WI
2
Detroit, MI
5
Cincinnati, OH
6
Los Angeles (2); Davie, FL (1); Chicago; Des Moines, IA; Boston; St. Louis, MO; Albuquerque, NM (2); Tulsa, OK; Salt Lake City, UT (1); Spokane, WA (1)
7
Washington, DC; Atlanta, GA; Rochester, NY
8
Anaheim, CA (1); Indianapolis, IN; Kansas City, KS; Omaha, NE; Las Vegas, NV (2); Providence, RI; Dallas
13
Birmingham. AL (1); Sacramento, CA (1); Denver (1); Honolulu, HI; Nashua, NH; Cleveland, OH; Memphis, TN; Houston, TX (1)
14
Lansing, MI
15
Orlando, FL (1); Portland, ME; Nashville, TN; Richmond, VA
20
Tallahassee, FL (1)
28
Albany, NY (1)
29
Norfolk, VA (1)
June 17
Pittsburgh, PA (2)
19
Philadelphia, PA (2)
  Notes: As of Apr. 21, only select venues still have open registration. Some venues will accept waitlist registrations(1); some sites are closed (2).

Following the keynote, all sites will host learning tracks on IT implementation, system and application architecture, and application development. Attendees will also receive evaluation versions of Windows Server 2003 and Visual Studio .NET 2003, vouchers for discounted Windows Server 2003 training, plus discounts on MSDN subscriptions and Microsoft Press titles for Windows Server 2003 that are ordered via Amazon.com.

If you want to attend a local event, Microsoft is asking that you register, in case of space limitations at some of the satellite venues. You can register at http://www.microsoft2003launch.com/gen/.

About the Author

Michael Domingo has held several positions at 1105 Media, and is currently the editor in chief of Visual Studio Magazine.

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