This week is Microsoft's somewhat-annual MVP Global Conference, where something like 2000 MVPs converge on Redmond for four days of some seriously geeky meetings. I'm sitting in the airport in Washington DC with Benny Tritsch, and most of the 19 world-wide Terminal Server MVPs will be there, and most of the 19 world-wide Terminal Server MVPs will be there.
Ron Oglesby and I had a blast blogging about the conference last time we went. Unfortunately, most of the content of the next few days will be NDA, so we won't be able to write about what we're hearing per se. We will, however, try to keep you posted as to what's going on at the event in general. We'll undoubtedly learn a lot of new stuff that we can share as well, and we'll do that here.
Our presentation to the Microsoft TS Product team about what features they should add to Terminal Services in Longhorn is scheduled for Wednesday, so there's still time for you to join the conversation about what we should tell them. An interesting side note, take a look at the conversation we had about this three years ago. Notice any similarities?