image If you are registered for Tech Ed Australia this year, come along to MVP Theatre to watch MVPs delivering sessions ranging from 20 minutes to the full 75 minutes. There are only 20 seats in MVP Theatre, so you need to be quick getting to the Expo Hall if you’re serious about catching an MVP Session. The Agenda for MVP Theatre is here (please watch it for last minute updates). To attend, you must be a registered delegate, so if you haven’t bought your Tech Ed ticket yet, you can register here

I’m presenting a session on BI Power Tools - covering some of the free and/or open source tools that you can use with the Microsoft BI Stack on Friday at 10:15.

Seated attendees to MVP Theatre each receive an MVP Logo wind-up torch keyring (no battery!), so you need to be quick!

You can’t pre-register for MVP Theatre sessions; it’s first in first seated. 

If you have any Business Intelligence related questions that you would like me to answer you can always  ask a question here and nominate me to answer it. :)

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