Archive for December, 2004

Get your seatbelts fastened – Y2k5 is coming

Thursday, December 30th, 2004

One day left in 2004, and I’m very excitingly looking forward to 2005. I’ve talked to many people lately about that, and not everybody is sharing my enthusiasm. Here are the reasons (in no specific order) why I’m very sure that 2005 will be a great year for the IT: Year 2000 is history: In my […]

TechNet WebCast: Integration of Active Directory with DNS

Tuesday, December 7th, 2004

I was asked yesterday to jump in to deliver a WebCast for TechNet on Thursday. There is no german material available yet, and the US PPTs I received were for a slightly off-topic event, so I’m working like crazy to get things done and deliver a great WebCast with interesting demos on Thursday. If you […]

Did my last post made the Training-God upset?

Sunday, December 5th, 2004

So after my last blog Reflections of Trainings I went to Hanover to deliver a two-day class on Windows Server 2003. I was just asked to take over that Training one week earlier and unfortunately I wasn’t able to travel on the day prior to the training. So I had to get up at 3am […]