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News Brandy Favilla is currently the Community Engagement Manager at New Horizons of Minnesota (www.nhmn.com). In this position, she helps people define and build their careers through educational events. Brandy focuses on networking with members of the Information Technology community to form partnerships in education. She strives to maintain New Horizons’ reputation as a high-quality learning center throughout the Twin Cities and beyond. Some of her accomplishments include chairing the committee for both the TechFuse and MindSurf Conferences hosted by New Horizons, co-chairing Twin Cities Code Camp and Twin Cities SharePoint Camp, Co-host of the Twin Cities Developers Guild, VP of PR for TechMasters (www.techmasters-tc.com), Communications Chair of PACT (www.pactweb.org), Programs chair for IAMCP, President of the Business Intelligence User Group (www.ncbisig.org) and actively participating in the SharePoint User Group (www.sharepointmn.com). *the thoughts and opinions in this blog are my own and do not reflect the opinions of New Horizons of Minnesota
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Join us for TechFuse 2009 on March 17!


It’s back and even bigger than last year! With 36 sessions and two keynote presentations to choose from, TechFuse 2009 is the most cost-effective way for IT and Developer pros to get up-to-date, 200-300 level education on the topics that matter to your role. TechFuse will provide you resources on the latest developments in IT and Developer trends, technologies, application implementation issues, products and services from tons of local professionals.

Website:  www.techfusemn.com

Tracks include:
System Center / Productivity
Infrastructure Core
Virtualization
Business Intelligence / SQL Server
Business Intelligence / Developer
Visual Studio / Developer
Collaboration Track A
Collaboration Track B
Professional Skills


Top 5 Reasons to Attend TechFuse

1. Keep up with changing technologies
TechFuse will provide you resources on the latest developments in IT and Developer trends, technologies, application implementation issues, products and services from tons of local professionals.

2. One-stop shopping
If you’re looking to brush up your skills in more than one area, this event is a perfect launching pad. You can choose to attend sessions from a variety of tracks including System Center, Infrastructure Core, Virtualization, Business Intelligence, Developer, Collaboration and Professional Skills.

3. All-access session info
After the conference, attendees will have access to all of the information presented throughout the day, even from sessions they don’t attend—that’s a total of 36 sessions!

4. Recession proof your career
Arm yourself with the knowledge and network you need to stay competitive in the marketplace through a tough economy.

5. Less time, low cost!
We know it is hard to be away from the office. We also know that now, more than ever, businesses are trying to stretch their budgets further. That is why we created this conference as a one-day, affordable place to learn about so many topics. Where else can you get an entire day of technical education for such a great price? Bring your whole team—you’ll be able to cover more ground and share ideas back at the office

 

TechFuse 2009 Speakers
Adam Buenz
Adam Buenz is a four-time Microsoft MVP in Windows SharePoint Services as well as author on three books (Real World SharePoint 2007, 6 Microsoft Office Business Applications for Office SharePoint Server 2007, and Professional SharePoint 2007 Development) on SharePoint 2007. He worked with the United States Air Force on enterprise collaboration projects for the last five years. Adam brings a wealth of knowledge about secure collaboration through Midwave Corporation as a SharePoint Architect. Adam runs sharepointsecuritv.com, where he posts ForeFront for SharePoint Microsoft Data Protection Manager, Internet Security and Acceleration Server, and Identity Lifecycle Manager articles tiered around secure deployments and sheltered knowledge management systems.

Adam will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
SharePoint Security: Authentication and Authorization Under the Hood
Bob Krone
Bob Krone brings nearly twenty years of IT experience into his classroom. He garners rave reviews, no matter the format: in front of a classroom of students, over the internet via remote tools, or in a mentoring or consulting situation. Bob is the IT project lead and has guided the successful rollout of programs such as New Horizons Mentored Learning solution. Bob played a key role in Microsoft's MCDST curriculum development and has created custom course material for key clients. He has recently written a course for New Horizons of Minnesota on Vista for administrators to update skills from previous versions of Microsoft operating systems. When he’s not in the classroom or writing curriculum, he provides Windows networks consultative services to both home users and small- and medium-sized businesses, including 3M, MoneyGram, Deluxe Corporation, the Mayo Clinic and Caribou Coffee, just to name a few. Bob's previous employers were MindSharp and Benchmark Learning.

Bob will be presenting the following topics at TechFuse 2009:
System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM): Managing Hyper-V and ESX Servers
Hyper-V (Virtualization) - How will it fit in your business, big or small
Bradley Dupay
Bradley Dupay has been working with Microsoft Exchange for over 10 years. He has designed Exchange organizations for clients ranging from 100 to 100,000 seats, and has affected the email experience for over 250,000 Exchange users, worldwide.

Bradley will be presenting the following topics at TechFuse 2009:
Exchange 2007: Enhanced Management through Windows Powershell
BPOS the Microsoft Cloud and advantages to moving your collaboration tools to a hosting environment.
Brian Lockwood
Brian Lockwood joined New Horizons in early 2008 as a .Net instructor. He is enthusiastic about the technology and has implemented a number of .Net projects for companies throughout the United States. He also has been developing projects for the web since the mid-90s. He brought his experience and passion for teaching, as well as his laid back style, over from Australia. His rich set of experiences brings great value to the New Horizons organization and to his classroom. His knowledge of new technologies and his excitement about them motivate his colleagues and students. Brian strives to provide solutions that can be consistently applied in the workplace. He has strong knowledge and experience in the following technologies: C#/VB Programming, ASP.NET, ADO.Net, OOAD, AJAX, SQL, Network Infrastructure and Flash/ActionScript.

Brian will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Silverlight 2.0 Recipes: Baking... Before and After
Dan Villanti
Dan Villanti takes an inordinate amount of pride in adding extra value to classes by finding and presenting information beyond what you’d get out of a book. Our students’ high information retention rates are a testament to his superior presentation skills. These shining qualities have helped him become one of the top five Exchange 2003 instructors nationwide for New Horizons. His specialties are Windows, Exchange, ISA Server, and Citrix Presentation Server. Dan is one of the few instructors worldwide to be Citrix certified in both Application Delivery (XenApp) and Application Networking (NetScaler). He also teaches the accelerated Platinum Presentation Server course. Dan won the "Instructor of the Year" award for New Horizons of Minnesota for 2005 and was chosen as the # 4 IT instructor in the world at the New Horizons International Conference in August, 2006. His previous employers were Benchmark Learning and ExecuTrain and Digital River.

Dan will be presenting the following topics at TechFuse 2009:
Terminal Server 2008 New Features: The Skinny Kid Bulks Up!
Citrix XenApp 5.0: The Bar Got Raised Again!
David Bell
Dave Bell is currently the vice president of Cyber Solutions, LLC a Gold Microsoft Partner and Silver Citrix Partner. He has been a Citrix evangelist since 1999 and has been teaching Citrix courseware since 2000. He has taught Citrix to System Administrators at AOL, Target, IBM and Sprint.

David will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Find Peace with Xen (Desktop and Server)
David Johnson
David Johnson is a Business Intelligence Specialist who has been in the computer field for over 12 years and has been a consultant for the past nine. He has attained several credentials, including Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) in PerformancePoint Server 2007, Cognos Certified Professional, and acquired skills through hands on work. He has performed business and technology-engineering tasks for numerous organizations ranging in size from Fortune 25 companies to small business organizations. Included in these tasks are solution designs, project management, business analysis, systems integration, and administration.

David will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
PerformancePoint Server 2007 in the Agile Organization
David Mann
David Mann has traveled coast to coast teaching the art of effective, dynamic communication, and he is a professional actor/director. He has been a presentation consultant for Hartford Life, Merrill Lynch, and Cargill, and he has been a featured speaker for Mayo Health System, US Bank, and Humana. David has performed at the Guthrie Theater, Great River Shakespeare Festival, and Chanhassen Theatres. He was the commercial spokesman for Midwest Wireless phones, and has appeared in hundreds of television and radio commercials. David's keynotes and workshops demonstrate his ability to apply vital performance skills to the demands of business.

David will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Speaking to Non-IT People
Don Donais
Don Donais joined New Horizons of Minnesota in 2005 as a Business Applications Instructor. Before coming to New Horizons of Minnesota, Don was a school band director. His education background serves him well at New Horizons. He quickly became an MCT by picking up his MCSA and MCSE certifications. This allowed him to join the IT staff in December 2006. He teaches core Microsoft Windows classes, A +, Net +, and Windows XP. Don is also New Horizons of Minnesota's “Insights” Instructor and teaches the ITIL Essentials class. He has been a key contributor to the development of many ITIL resources such as our podcasts and v3 Awareness videos.

Don will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Getting the Most out of Metadata in SharePoint 2007
Doug Splinter
Doug Splinter has been providing strategy, system architecture, and technology consulting for major network and system implementations for the past 15 years. Doug currently leads the Unified Communications Practice (UCP) for Convergent, a Microsoft "Voice Ready" UC Partner. In that capacity, he consults regularly with major corporations considering a unified communications strategy, or in the process of implementing a unified communications system. Doug and his team provide system integration and review, unified communication design and infrastructure assessments as well as integration design for vendors including Microsoft and other telephony and conferencing vendors.

Doug will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Next Generation Collaboration with Microsoft Unified Communications
Glenn Leifheit
Glenn Leifheit has been with Fair Isaac Corporation for four years, spending time in Middleware Operations, Engineering, BizTalk Architecture and Application Design. Prior to Fair Isaac he spent time at Merrill Corporation and Itiliti where he was a Middleware Engineer and Architect.

Glenn will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Application Operationalization: An IT Pro Development Partnership in Support and Collaboration
Jason Bock
Jason Bock is a Principal Consultant for Magenic, and is also a Microsoft MVP (C#). He has worked on a number of business applications using a diverse set of substrates and languages such as C#, .NET, and Java. He is the author of "Applied .NET Attributes", "CIL Programming: Under the Hood of .NET", ".NET Security", and "Visual Basic 6 Win32 API Tutorial". He has written numerous articles on software development issues and has presented at a number of conferences and user groups. He also runs the Twin Cities Code Camp and the Twin Cities Languages User Group. Jason holds a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Marquette University. Visit his website.

Jason will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Exceptional Development: Dealing with Exceptions in .NET
Jason Strate
Jason Strate, Digineer Inc, has been a Database Architect for over ten years. His experiences include designing and implementing database solutions, database monitoring and tuning, Integration Services, and Reporting Services. Jason is actively involved with the local SQL Server User Group; he is currently on the Executive Board and has presented at monthly meetings. Jason contributed to Microsoft's published white paper "Empowering Enterprise Solutions with SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition" and blogs about SQL Server and related technologies. Also, Jason participated in the development of Microsoft Certification exams for SQL Server 2008 and presented SSWUG SQL Server fall virtual conference.

Jason will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Upgrade to SQL Server 2008 – Before This Presentation Finishes
Jay Kasdan
Jay Kasdan is a Project/Account Manager for Fredrickson Communications. Jay has developed performance solutions for many of America’s leading companies including Deluxe Corporation’s SAP implementation, which received the American SAP Users Group (ASUG) National Impact Award. He’s been selected to speak about training at a number of national and regional events including the Society for Technical Communicators, ASUG, and NCSLI national conferences, ASTD Regional Conference (twice), MN Government IT Symposium (twice), and MN County IT Leadership Association.

Jay will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Project Implementation: The People Component of Meeting Business Goals
Jim Ferguson
Jim Ferguson's knowledge spans across End-user, IT Professional and Developer education. He is New Horizons of Minnesota’s lead Instructor for SharePoint and .NET. His list of certifications only begin to speak to his real skills. And what a list he has: MOUS Master, Master CIW, A+, Network+, i-Net+, Server+, MCP, MCAD, MCSD, MCSE, MCDBA, MCT, CIW CI and E-Trainer. Jim has been a technology instructor since 1998, but also has gained solid experience and knowledge through his work on system design, migration and implementation projects. His previous employers include Knowledge Transfer, Inc., Centriq University, TechSkills, IntelliMark IT Solutions, PC University and Computer Learning Network, Inc. When he isn’t working, he is thinking about working.

Jim will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Becoming B.I.Lingual: How I Learned to Stop Coding and Love the MOSS B.I.
John Thurow
John Thurow has a BS degree in Math and Industrial Education, and has been delivering technology and computer education since 1982. He has a passion for education, especially when working with SQL Server, which he has been working with, beginning with SQL Server 6.5. John specializes in database design, database programming, administration tasks and high availability technologies, including SQL Server Integration Services, Analysis Services, reporting and data mining. With the introduction of SQL Server 2005, he has observed a Business Intelligence tidal wave and has developed training paths to deal with those needs. He is also the lead for the Microsoft Hands on Labs for SQL Server in the North Central District. While John is New Horizon of Minnesota’s SQL lead, he also has many other strengths and competencies, including Active Directory design, Exchange configuration and administration, VB and WMI scripting. His previous employers include ExecuTrain, South St. Paul High School and National Education Center, Brown Institute Campus.

John will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Strategies for Lowering Storage Costs in SQL Server 2008
Lara Rubbelke
Lara Rubbelke brings her passion for architecting, implementing and improving SQL Server solutions to the community as a Technology Specialist for Microsoft. Her expertise involves both OLTP and OLAP systems, data management, performance tuning, encryption, ETL, and the Business Intelligence lifecycle. She is an active board member of the local PASS (Professional Association for SQL Server) chapter and regularly delivers technical presentations at local, regional and national conferences, user groups and webcasts. Notably, Lara has presented at TechEd, PASS Summit, Minneapolis SQL Server 2008 Launch, and delivered numerous webcasts on MSDN and TechNet.

Lara will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Building a Compliance Dashboard with SQL 2008
Lu Patrick
Lu Patrick joined us in mid-2006 after spending the last four years as an independent consultant and trainer, specializing in assisting companies with their SMS 2003 and MOM 2005 deployments. Lu has also created custom courseware on Windows Installer service, as well as application deployment. She has also delivered private training on Macrovision's FlexNet AdminStudio product (also known as InstallShield). As an instructor for New Horizons of Minnesota, in addition to the core operating systems, she focuses on SMS, MOM and systems management. She also teaches VB and WMI Scripting and co-authored (with Matthew Obert) a PowerShell class. Before embarking as an independent consultant, she was an employee of Benchmark Learning.

Lu will be presenting the following topics at TechFuse 2009:
Streaming Applications with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 and Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5
Audit Collection Services
Matthew Obert
Matthew Obert joined the New Horizons IT instructor staff in 2005. He courted us for two years and we finally gave in--and are we glad we did!! Before coming on board with us, he worked for eight years designing numerous solutions for SMS infrastructures. He currently teaches SMS, Server 2003, WMI, VB Scripting, SQL, ITIL, and PowerShell (which he co-authored with another staff instructor, Lu Patrick). Matthew is able to use his prior experiences in the IT trenches to help his students more easily take their classroom education and apply it immediately in their work environments.

Matthew will be presenting the following topics at TechFuse 2009:
PowerShell
SCCM (ODS)
Mike Benkovich
Mike Benkovich delivers technical presentations around the U.S. as a developer evangelist on the MSDN team at Microsoft. He has worked in a variety of professional roles, including architect, project manager, developer, and technical writer. Mike is also an author of two books, published by WROX Press and APress, which show developers how to get the most from their SQL databases. Since appearing in the 1994 Microsoft DevCast, Mike has presented technical information at seminars, conferences, and corporate boardrooms across America.

Mike will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
SQL Server 2008, Spatial Data, and the Virtual Earth SDK
Mike Schwantes
Mike Schwantes has been in the technology field for over 16 years. He has attained several credentials, including, the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Citrix Certified Administrator (CCA) and is certified in Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) management methods. Mike has performed technology-engineering tasks from within many of the Fortune 100 companies to small business organizations as well. Mike is the Portals and Collaboration Practice Lead within the Microsoft Practice at AIC. He has worked closely with Microsoft and AIC to develop a customized approach to the Planning Service offerings.

Mike will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS) and the brand new Business Value Planning Services (BVPS)
Pete Hohenhaus
Pete Hohenhaus has spent 18 years in the IT industry as a pre-sales engineer, systems architect, and business intelligence/SharePoint team lead/manager. He was the co-founder of the Greater Idaho SharePoint Users Group. He holds an MBA from St. Thomas, and taught in the MBA program in the information resource management and managerial economics curriculums from 1991 to 1996. Most recently, he presented on SharePoint KPI's and PerformancePoint dashboards at the North Central BISIG December 2008 meeting.

Pete will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
MOSS/SharePoint As a Business Intelligence Platform: An Overview of Collaborative Business Intelligence for Everybody
Ron Hovland
Ron Hovland has earned his ITIL v2 and v3 Managers/ITIL Expert certifications and teaches the full complement of ITIL courses. He continually receives top evaluation scores from students; in fact, he was the # 5 technical instructor within the entire New Horizons global network in 2005, having taught over 400 students. Ron also made the Instructor Hall of Fame in 2006 for his delivery of an ITIL Online LIVE course. Additionally, Ron authored the ITIL v3 Foundation and ITIL v3 Foundation Bridge courseware and the Microsoft Operations Foundation (MOF) courseware for New Horizons. He has been in the training industry since 1996.

Ron will be presenting the following topics at TechFuse 2009:
ITIL is Here to Stay, Are You?
If ITIL is the Standard, Why Should I Care about Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF)?
Roy Davis
Roy Davis is a senior software developer with over 14 years of experience architecting, implementing, and managing complex projects from concept through delivery. He has demonstrated success across a diverse range of technologies and industries, including business-to-business, ecommerce, retail and mobile applications, in a wide range of environments. He is Microsoft Certified Professional in the area of Application Security, and is currently a Principal Consultant with Sogeti USA, based in Minneapolis, MN.

Roy will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Web Application Security
Ryan Oliveira
Ryan Oliveira is a SharePoint Service Line Manager and evangelist at Solutia Consulting in Stillwater, MN. Ryan's current focus is building collaborative communities on the MOSS/WSS platform for customers in the Twin Cities and Western Wisconsin. Ryan's background includes over 13 years of building solutions in technologies including VB, C++, C#, and Java for companies both in the US and Canada. When not at work, Ryan enjoys playing hockey and lives in Elk River, MN with his beautiful wife Julia and children Will (4) and Kate (1).

Ryan will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Business Data Catalog Deep Dive
Sanjay Kaul
Sanjay Kaul is a database professional with over 15 years of experience in various database technologies. In his current position as a SQL Server Technology Specialist, he spends his day as an ambassador for Microsoft—promoting, evangelizing, and assisting customers to realize their potential using SQL Server Technologies, and evenings furthering his culinary skills.

Sanjay will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Extend Monitoring with SQL Server 2008 Extended Events
Scott Davis
Scott Davis is a seasoned consultant with a decade of consulting experience on both the Microsoft and Java platforms. Scott began working with Silverlight in the 1.1 Alpha. With experience in web, desktop, reporting, and database design/development, Scott brings a broad range of technology experience to any project. He has held as many as 10 concurrently active premier technology certifications during his consulting years, including PMP (project management). Scott is the owner and principal consultant for Ignition Point Solutions. Recent projects for Scott include writing Silverlight 2.0 and Windows Mobile 6 applications, as well as executive-level IT strategy and planning consulting.

Scott will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
How LINQ Fundamentally Changes Programming
Trent Mahlen
Trent Mahlen is senior IT solution architect with over 11 years of experience leading successful engagements in Systems Management, Integration and Monitoring. He has over six years of technical training experience, and has taught more than 2000 people on technologies such as Citrix, Microsoft and HP. He has numerous IT certifications including MCSE, Citrix certifications such as CCAE and CCI, and HP/Compaq certifications such as Master ASE. Trent is currently a Solutions Architect with Virteva, where is responsible for helping clients solve business problems through the proper use of IT technologies.

Trent will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009:
Infrastructure 2.0
Wes Preston
Wes Preston is a Senior Consultant with Inetium, working primarily as a SharePoint product specialist and IT Pro. Wes has been a developer, consultant, and technology evangelist for over 10 years. He is an organizer and a frequent speaker at the Minnesota SharePoint User Group. Wes maintains a blog at www.idubbs.com/blog.

Wes will be presenting the following topic at TechFuse 2009
Building a SharePoint Platform Site:  Governance in Action

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