Microsoft’s reMix08 lands on the golden beaches of Brighton next month and The Register can help you get there on the cheap. We’ve barracked the Microsoft marketing bods into giving Reg readers a tasty discount for the event. It normally costs £349 (including VAT), but by using the following claims code you and all of your …
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why do these things take the piss on price?
I just don't get it. I go watch bands week in week out for £8-£25 a time, I get to listen to great music, get drunk and have great fun.
Something like this comes along which will benefit me business wise and they want me to take a mortgage to listen to a bunch of pretensious tossers talk AT me for hours on end.
I would go for £40 not closer to £400.
somewhat worth it
It is expensive but last year all attendees walked away with a free copy of Vista Ultimate (yay :¬þ ) and Expression Studio (Design, Blend, Web and Encoder). i probably consumed 200 quids worth of cakes, chinese food, and plenty o' grog as well
The speakers are okay but the real hit was seeing other developers and what they had been up to that year. Some of the new code is demonstrated in an easy-to-digest manner as well so you can get some really good pointer from the guys who wrote it
so, pay £75 in go-go juice to get to Brighton
lose a day in the office, based on hourly charge £664
cost to get in £400
i really dont think so
i never go to a conference that i have to pay for - stopped that when Intersystems wanted to charge me to attend a tech conference as one of there VARs
case of i buy things from you and you want me to PAY more to you? do i look that stupid...
(Well done reg gettings the discount though... )
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