PHIWUG Monthly Meeting – March 2009

The Philippine Windows Users Group has just had its Monthly meeting and for March 2009 we had a chance to talk with the GUYS and what can I say more, this would be a busy but exiting month for PHIWUG, there would be alot of community activities and TechNet sessions such as Interoperability of Windows Server 2008 and a tech talk on Windows Server 2008 / Windows 7 Security. I hope this all push thru, including the Windows 7 day install fest day. And We need to update our website!

Also there now 2 mythological things that PHIWUG has formulated, aside from the demo gods, Windows 7 has a spirit that seemingly and magically heals it self 😀 (The story goes that an application launched on W7, it did not worked on the 4th time it did without any of us configuring or even re-installing it, we will demystify this, right Faelmar?)

Hey guys thanks for the Burger moments at burger king in Glorieta 3, see ya all in our planned events!


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I'm John and in the daytime I am the Chief Technology Officer of VFTS.NET - a consulting firm that specializes on development and deployment of business solutions created with .NET framework on Windows platform and Windows infrastructure projects. I am a core member of the Philippine Windows Users Group, a contributor at the Microsoft Philippines Community forums and I regularly conduct technical sessions as well as other Microsoft technology events. I am a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in the Cloud and Datacenter Management Technical Expertise but away from any keyboard I spend hours reading books, travel, explore, and being busy with my dog named Floppy.

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