TechED on Road in Delhi/NCR

Hello all,
With the great success of TechED in Hyderabad now Microsoft TechED is on Road and has reached Delhi also.. This time we need all of you to come forward & be a leader this time & be a speaker this time.
We need 2 IT Pro leaders/speaker, 2 Developers leader/speakers & 1 SQL leader/speaker for the TechED on Road in Delhi..
So hurry up, guys & gals register yourself for the TechED on Road in Delhi & be a Leader this time & show the world who you are..
The topics to speak there are:
  1. What’s New in Silverlight 3
  2. Reducing the Size of your Database using Data Compression/Binary Compression in SQL Server 2008
  3. Welcome to ASP.NET 4.0 with VS2010
  4. Introduction to Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
  5. Windows Server 2008 – Technical Overview
  6. Windows 7 for Developers
  7. Virtualization 360 – Technical Overview
We are also having webcasts regarding them before starting the TechED on Road only for you who wants to be a leader/speaker this time..
and I’ll be taking Windows 7 this time..
Please.. please mail me or contact as soon as possible for your Registration as a leader/speaker…
Rishu Mehra

Windows 7 : “Windows XP Mode” (Secret Feature)

It’s true, Windows 7’s secret new feature is XP Mode. It’s a virtual Windows XP machine—complete with a fully licensed copy of Windows XP SP 3 installed on the virtual machine—that you can download which runs seamlessly in Windows 7, so you can do crazy things like run IE6 side-by-side with IE8. It’s meant for businesses who need compatibility for mission critical XP-only apps.

Windows 7 XP Mode

Really, don’t get too hung up on it—it’s only for the Enterprise, Professional and Ultimate versions of Windows 7, not the Home Premium version you’ll probably be running one day. (The release candidate is Ultimate, so you can toy around with it after downloading it here.) You also need a processor with either Intel Virtualization Technology or AMD-V and 2GB of RAM. And you can’t really do anything intense like gaming inside of it.

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