Tech.Ed New Zealand Top 10s

Tech.Ed New Zealand Top 10s

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Just before I headed home I thought I'd share with you some of the scores from this years Tech.Ed.

Both the Speaker Scores and Overall Session scores are slightly up from Tech.Ed last year!

Also this year we have seen a changing of the guard with regards to some of our top speakers. Well done Iain Frew and Arik Cohen. If you want to see the podcast of Arik and me describing our session check it out here.

Remember these scores are an average between 1 and 9.

Top 10 speakers overall

Name Avg
Steve Riley

8.46

Amit Fulay

8.43

Jim Webber

8.34

Mike Fitzmaurice

8.26

Ryan Duguid

8.26

Scott Guthrie

8.25

Gene Ferioli

8.22

Kai Axford

8.21

Iain Frew

8.20

Nigel Parker

8.20

 

Top 10 sessions overall

Code Title Speakers Avg
CLI305 Building Reliability into Windows Vista Iain Frew

8.38

CLI311 A Developer's Overview of Windows Presentation Foundation Arik Cohen

8.33

WEB309 ASP.NET: End-to-End - Building a Complete Web Application Using ASP.NET 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, and IIS 7 (Part 2) Scott Guthrie

8.33

DEV220 Building a Quick Fire Windows Presentation Application in 30 minutes! Nigel Parker

8.30

SEC311 The New Windows Vista Firewall: Don't Communicate Without It! Steve Riley

8.30

SEC407 Identifying Computer Attacks - Tips, Tricks and Tools Kai Axford

8.27

SEC208 Oh no, we've been attacked, now what? Developing an incident response process Steve Riley

8.29

WEB312 ASP.NET 2.0 Tips and Tricks Scott Guthrie

8.15

DEV314 Extending Team Foundation Server Adam Cogan

8.10

SEC312 Securing Content with Information Protection Technologies: BitLocker, EFS and RMS Amit Fulay; Byron Hynes

8.10

 

Top 10 demos

Code Title Speakers Avg
DEV220 Building a Quick Fire Windows Presentation Application in 30 minutes! Nigel Parker

8.70

CLI311 A Developer's Overview of Windows Presentation Foundation Arik Cohen

8.44

WEB312 ASP.NET 2.0 Tips and Tricks Scott Guthrie

8.32

WEB309 ASP.NET: End-to-End - Building a Complete Web Application Using ASP.NET 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, and IIS 7 (Part 2) Scott Guthrie

8.28

CLI305 Building Reliability into Windows Vista Iain Frew

8.23

SEC407 Identifying Computer Attacks - Tips, Tricks and Tools Kai Axford

8.19

SEC208 Oh no, we've been attacked, now what? Developing an incident response process Steve Riley

8.13

SEC309 Get Ready for Network Access Protection: What Everybody Needs to Know Gene Ferioli

8.05

DEV316B Visual Basic: Tips, Tricks and Futures Wayne Ewington

8.05

MSG312 Exchange 2007: Deployment and Migration Charlie Chung

8.04

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