We Need Your Feedback

Greetings from across the pond. This week I'm traveling abroad splitting my time between work and the never-ending search for the perfect bitter.

This week, I want to turn the tables a bit and ask for YOUR opinion. Please take a few moments to review the following questions, then post your replies in the reader comment section to the right of this article. Your feedback will help us produce a more informative and useful newsletter.

  1. Is your employer a private company, a dot-com, a Web-hosting provider, an ISP, a government agency, or education/academia?
  2. Which version of IIS do you run: IIS 4.0, IIS 5.0, or IIS 6.0 (Windows 2002 Server beta)?
  3. Do you run or support any of the following .NET servers: Intranet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000, Site Server 3.0, Commerce Server 2000, BizTalk Server 2000, or Application Center 2000? If so, which ones?
  4. How many IIS servers do you support?
  5. Which Web-server topics should we give additional attention in IIS Administrator UPDATE?
  6. Which Web-server topics should we give less attention in IIS Administrator UPDATE?
  7. Which technical conferences do you attend?
  8. How much time do you spend developing applications or content for the Web?
  9. Which IIS-related technologies have recently attracted your interest?
  10. Would you prefer to receive IIS Administrator UPDATE in text or HTML format?
  11. Do you prefer to have all the content in the e-newsletter or a summary-and-link approach?

Thanks for your feedback.

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