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Hi All,

Registration for what we hope will be the BIGGEST and BEST EVER New Zealand Tech.Ed has gone live today!
Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009 will be held on September 14-16th at Skycity Convention Centre in Auckland.
As has become traditional, we are offering a limited number of discounted Early Bird tickets for those registering early.

Last year Tech.Ed New Zealand sold out in a matter of weeks. Even though we have increased capacity at Tech.Ed this year, we expect demand to once again be very strong, so please register early.


So why will you want to attend Tech.Ed?
In tough times, we all need a solid return on any expense. So why take time out for Tech.Ed 09? Because there is no better place for IT Professionals and Developers to learn smart strategies for your technology investments.

  • IT professionals get new insights into Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7, hosting, virtualisation, and reducing costs
  • Developers get hands-on time with new tools for security, learn about maximising deployments, building rich web and client applications, and much more.

What tracks have we got planned?
The tracks we have planned are:

Windows Client and Server
Office System
Unified Communications
Web
Developer Tools and Practices
Architecture
SQL Server and Business Intelligence

Security
SOA and Business Process
Voice of the Customer
Dynamics*
Mobility*
Virtualisation*
Azure Service Platform*

Tracks marked * are virtual tracks meaning their session content is spread across the other tracks.


Got a great idea for a session?
We are well underway with the planning for our local Tech.Ed but this year we are trying something a little different and we are issuing a Call for Content. If you think you could present a great Tech.Ed session (or know someone that could) why not go to the Call for Content tool and suggest it? Over the next couple of months we will be looking for great session ideas to incorporate into both Australia and New Zealand Tech.Eds.

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Nick.