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Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand dated

10 May 10

Microsoft Tech.Ed claims to be New Zealand's largest and best education, training and networking event for the IT sector. This year, Tech.Ed runs from Monday 30 August to Wednesday 1 September at SkyCity Convention Centre, Auckland.

Registration for Tech.Ed 2010 is open from today, 10 May, 2010. Pricing is unchanged from last year, and a limited number of discounted Earlybird tickets are available.

Planned highlights include:

World class technical content: With 13 tracks of technical content planned and over 125 sessions, delegates will receive world class technical training. Tracks planned include: Architecture, Client, Server, Database, Development, Office & SharePoint, Security, Unified Communications, User Experience. Plus new tracks: Cloud, Windows Phone, Innovation and Business Overview.

IT "rock star" speakers: We've listened to your feedback and are seeking to bring a number of the very best technical presenters to New Zealand. Watch this space…

Hands-on-labs: A lab environment with 80 workstations to work through training courses and get hands-on with the software. This year the hands-on-labs will feature a new architecture for improved stability and performance.

New Marketplace: We're working hard to make the Tech.Ed Marketplace fantastic in 2010. A new layout, more interactive activities, new "zones" and great exhibition stands are amongst the plans.

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To register and for more information hit this link.

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