“Developers! Developers! Developers!” Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer makes it clear that he sees helping developers be successful in innovating on the Microsoft platform as critical to Microsoft’s ongoing success. Supporting Balmer’s philosophy Tech.Ed New Zealand featured a wide range of development related topics. Amongst the highlights from Tech Ed, US based Sarah Ford, “queen of open source at Microsoft” was in town to talk about Visual Studio Tips & Tricks and you can also checkout what’s coming with Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4, both released early in 2010. 

 

Tech.Ed is the largest IT conference in New Zealand. With over 2400 attendees, 128 breakout sessions, 10 tracks and a massive party, Tech.Ed is an intensive three days of training and networking. For many New Zealand developers who could not attend the conference – there is an opportunity for you to experience Tech.Ed online.  Tech.Ed Online is a global online community, where you can explore video interviews with industry experts, view on-demand developer and IT professional breakout sessions and keynotes from Tech.Ed conference all around the world. Learn about the latest Microsoft technology solutions from our partners, community leaders and product managers.

 

You can access Tech.Ed Online today! As a guest, you will have full access to all interviews with industry experts plus a selection of breakout sessions to view. Plus, access to all presentation PowerPoint decks from the NZ conference. To access all breakout sessions, you will have the opportunity to purchase a 12 month subscription for USD $249.00 (limited time offer).

 

Tech.Ed Online offers you the chance to catch up on the latest Microsoft technologies from Windows 7 to Visual Studio 2008. Be sure to check out the valuable resource prepared by NZ and international industry experts.

 

Enjoy the content from Tech.Ed Online at the comfort of your place and time. Let us know your thoughts and feedback about the Tech.Ed Online portal on Twitter.