Looking forward to the Midwest Management Summit

Since Microsoft stopped their Microsoft Management Summit and integrated it into their TechEd it still felt like a void was left there in the System Center space. Of course the MMS in the old days started as a community thing and in the end it ended up as a Microsoft conference with some community input. And of course now it was gone. :-/

Well, the community decided to step back in! B) 😀 :p 🙂 :)) :>> (yeah i better not include too many smileys here).

User groups and MVP’s and other community leaders and experts are jumping in and now the Midwest Management Summit (so also MMS in short) has been born. It is filled with great speakers, many from the community and MVP sides from all over the world. It is gearing up to be a great event and specialized into the field of System Center in connection also with PowerShell, Clouds and so on.

Have a look at this great lineup of sessions in the schedule: http://mms2014.sched.org/

Next I can inform you that I also will be speaking there in two sessions along with my long time friend, SCOM specialist and MVP Cameron Fuller

Check out our sessions here: http://mms2014.sched.org/speaker/bob.cornelissen

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If you have not registered yet for this event, give it a second thought and go to: http://mms.mnscug.org/ and book your ticket http://mms2014.sched.org/tickets :yes:

I hope to see you there. If you are attending the MMS, please feel free to catch me there and have a chat! That is also what these community based events are all about. I am very much looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible during the upcoming events in November. I will be attending the MVP Summit and this MMS of course!

Bob Cornelissen