UPDATED: 36 BriForum 2007 Amsterdam Sessions are ready to go. 9 more are on the way

It's taken a few days longer than I originally thought, but we've just released the details for 36 of the 45 technical breakout sessions from BriForum 2007 Amsterdam at the NEMO Science Center from 8-10 October. We have a really good mix this year.

It's taken a few days longer than I originally thought, but we've just released the details for 36 of the 45 technical breakout sessions from BriForum 2007 Amsterdam at the NEMO Science Center from 8-10 October.

We have a really good mix this year. Almost everything is brand-new. We've taken the feedback from previous events into account and we're really focusing on the hands-on, practical stuff that you can use right away. 

The sessions we have so far include:

The First Public Technical Preview of Citrix Project Caxton

Decreasing Windows Login Time v1.5

The Reality of OS Streaming: Citrix Ardence 4.1

Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services: What You Need to Know

The Best Freeware Tools for Frugal TS or SoftGrid Admin

Don't Terminate that App! Four Things to do Before Killing that Rogue Process

Servers on Demand: Automating Server Builds and Configurations (including Ardence)

Windows Server 2008: Internal Architecture and the Server Core

Web Interface 4.5

Benchmarking Terminal Server, Citrix Presentation Server and Remote Applications

Streaming Smackdown!, application streaming and virtualization solutions explained

PowerShelling Terminal Services and Citrix

Presentation Server Architectural Concepts and Futures

Understanding ICA Bandwidth in your environment

Take full advantage of virtual channels with our scriptable virtual channel

SBC Round-up 2007

Solution4 Automation Best Practice and Framework In-depth, Part 1

Solution4 Automation Best Practice and Framework In-depth, Part 2

Windows Server 2008: Terminal Services Gateway secured by OneTime-Password architechture

Windows Server 2008: Certificate services and public key infrastructure in a nutshell

Windows Server 2008: Certificate Usage and SSL-scenarios in Terminal Services Environments

Inside the SFT Package

Automating SoftGrid

Citrix and Desktop Virtualization, Round 2

A first look at Citrix EdgeSight for Load Testing

Sorting out the Citrix and XenSource thing

Xen versus ESX: A performance head-to-head comparison

Xen, Viridian, and ESX Compared: What this means to you in the Citrix and non-Citrix worlds

Digging into Presentation Server 4.5 Configuration Logging

A First Look at The Madden Report

Citrix AIE vs Microsoft SoftGrid: The differences in HOW they virtualization and isolate applications

Microsoft SoftGrid Application Virtualization Strategy

Citrix Presentation Server WORST Practices

What do you hate about Citrix Presentation Server, and what are you doing about it?

Inside the OS: Windows Cache Manager

Windows Server 2008: Terminal Services Gateway secured with smartcard architecture out-of-the-box!

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Sorry - I know this is a bit off-topic.  But I was just trying to retrieve my password to finalize my VMworld schedule, and I received this email:

From: The App Delivery Conference [mailto:VMworld@eventreg.com]
Sent: Wed 8/22/2007 4:57 PM
Subject: VMworld 07, Conference Password

Per your request, here is your username/password for VMworld 07: xxxxx/yyyyy


I thought it was funny that VMware is using "The App Delivery Conference" and Citrix is using "The App Delivery Expo."

BriForum should be "The App Delivery Forum."

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Looks like a duck + walks like a duck = "monkey"

This is the Marketing formula for creating stupid conference aliases. 

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Hmmmmmm.... Interesting.  I registered on the 16th and my reads...

 "The VMWorld 2007 Conference Team"

Funny how things work. 

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