US Microsoft Speaker Presenting at University of Auckland City Campus This Thursday – Giorgio Sardo

US Microsoft Speaker Presenting at University of Auckland City Campus This Thursday – Giorgio Sardo

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Giorgio Sardo, a recent Imagine Cup Competitor  now working for Microsoft Redmond is in New Zealand presenting at Microsoft’s Largest Professional IT Conference, Tech Ed. Come and hear from Giorgio at a free event running at the University of Auckland this Thursday. Learn how to build a website that gets the most out of IE8. Discover how to use the new integrated Developer Tools, Microsoft Expression SuperPreview and Fiddler to build and debug cross-browser-compatible layout designs. Learn how to build new Accelerators, Web Slices and Visual Search Providers that extend the reach of your content.

 

Venue: University of Auckland

Room: Library B28

Date: Thursday 17th September
Time : 3-4pm

Register on Facebook (optional): http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=135801150657&add

 

Giorgio Sardo is a Technical Evangelist in Microsoft Corporation. Moving from Italy to the United States, he studied at Polytechnic of Turin and successfully obtained a Master of Computer Engineering with distinction. Before joining Microsoft, Giorgio leaded a national university community forum in Italy and won the Imagine Cup worldwide championship. He started his experience in Microsoft UK as User Experience Consultant, delivering stunning solutions based on Silverlight, WPF and Mobile and presenting several sessions at Microsoft conferences. In 2008 he has been nominated Best Consultant of the Year from the British Computer Society. Early 2009 Giorgio moved to Redmond, where he currently focuses on Web Client technologies, such as Internet Explorer and ASP.Net AJAX.  Visit Giorgio’s blog

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