Thank You SPCBA!

So Me and Faelmar did another talk to a university but this time in Laguna. SPCBA or San Pedro College of Business Administration have invited us to talk about current practice in the industry, what else to talk about but Windows and Windows Server! Mainly because our audience are from the College of Computer Studies’ BS COE or Computer Engineering.

So here are some photos to the event. First of, Me. On RDP, where else. Talking about how to install Windows! How hard can it be, eh?

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And then Faelmar on the Windows 10 and installing it to a USB stick.

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More Photos:

This day is great, great connecting to the past and the future. To a coincidence, I met my college instructor and I met new upcoming professionals.

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And also to the Graduating class of 2015, good luck, and we will see each other in the field!

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johndelizo

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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