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New – Updated Interface Superhero Poster

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Added by August 21, 2011

We’ve updated the Interface Superhero poster.

Interface Technical Training Superheros poster

 

Here’s the staring cast: (In alphabetical order)

Jeremy Cioara – Cisco Instructor, CCIE, author and much more

Steve Fullmer – Windows 7 | PMP | CompTia Instructor

Jason Helmick – PowerShell & Systems Instructor

Jeff Jones – Director of SQL Technologies

Mike Pfeiffer – MVP Exchange & PowerShell Instructor

Rick Trader – Systems & Windows 7 Instructor

Dan Wahlin – MVP ASP.NET Developer Instructor

Spike Xavier – SharePoint & Web Instructor

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