As we’ve been finalizing our speaker and session collection, we’ve been able to release a small block of Summit tickets into the general admission pool. Also, the end of October saw the expiration of a set-aside block for PowerShell MVPs, releasing that block’s unsold tickets back into the general admission pool as well.
As it stands, the G.A. pool now has 57 tickets, of which we’ve sold 24. That leaves 33 tickets left for the April 22-24 event at Microsoft’s corporate headquarters in Redmond, WA.
We currently have a total of 57 attendees, including speakers. That doesn’t include Microsoft team members who will be delivering sessions, nor does it include a small batch of tickets reserved for Microsoft staff who will be participating in the sessions for all three days.
If you’re thinking of coming to the Summit,Â now is the time to register.Â We’ll be releasing our session and speaker lineup within the next few days, and that usually triggers a big rush in registration as people get even more exciting about the upcoming event. If you do happen to miss one of these final 33 tickets, you’ll have the opportunity to go on a waitlist, where you’ll be notified if anyone cancels.
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this first-ever community-owned and -operated event!