Two weeks have gone by, so it is time for another update to the (unofficial) Microsoft Ignite 2017 Hotels list. Seven hotels moved to either unavailable (not in my search results, but not listed by Ignite page as being sold-out) or sold-out (not in my search results and listed as sold-out on the Ignite page).
Two more hotels have flipped to unavailable on the (unofficial) Microsoft Ignite 2017 Hotels list since the last update on March 29. The two hotels are: Hilton Garden Inn Orlando at SeaWorld Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando Registration is open, so head to the Ignite registration site and register if you haven’t done so already.
General registration opened for Microsoft Ignite yesterday, and as expected, several additional hotels are now unavailable. I have updated the (unofficial) Microsoft Ignite 2017 Hotels list to remove seven hotels. Before I get to the changes, a reminder as to what I mean when I say a hotel is unavailable. “Unavailable” means the hotel no
Microsoft pulled back the covers on Microsoft Teams, their answer to Slack, in New York today. For more information about Teams, take a look at the official blog post on the Office blog as well as Brad Sam’s article over at Petri, “Microsoft Unveils Teams, Its Slack Competitor.” I admit that I’ve never used Slack
Yes, the date in the title is correct. This is an update for 2015 that I’m just now posting in 2016. While cleaning off my desk at home (need space to do taxes), I came across my annual postcard from the Green Bay Packers letting me know my place in the line for season tickets.