Tech·Ed New Zealand 2011
- August 24 - 26, 2011
- Speakers at Tech·Ed New Zealand 2011
2011 Tech Ed New Zealand KeyNote
Tech·Ed 2011 New Zealand kicks off with a 60 minute Keynote session presented
by Norm Judah and David Kirk.
Norm Judah serves as Chief Technology Officer of Worldwide Services at
Microsoft, focusing on technical strategy, innovation, technical communities,
and enterprise services strategy.
Project "Crescent" the next level of SQL Server BI Data Visualisation: Demos Galore
What is the Microsoft project code-named "Crescent" really capable of? How can it address the needs of your business? This session covers a variety of demonstrations against REAL DATA, across various industry verticals, to enable you to see what's possible when deploying this new technology....
Trade Me: 0-70 million pages in 0.34 Gigaseconds
Trade Me is New Zealand's biggest website, with over a 1.7 million items for sale and serving over 70 million pages on a busy day. Hear about their platform from the webs through to the database and how they've handled their growth to 70 million pages a day. Matt van Deventer (Head of Infrastructure)...
Good architect vs. Bad architect
The quality bar that separates good and bad architects became much clearer in the last 5 years as industry matured in definition of IT Architect profession expectations, validation criteria and education guidelines. In contrast with engineering, failures of poor architecture decisions are not immediately...
Hitchhiker’s Guide To Technical Leadership
Beautiful designs and architectures are all good and well, but is application architecture enough? To what degree are modern solutions architected around end user adoption or for operational excellence with great embedded telemetry? What are the characteristics of great architecture and the behaviors...
Microsoft Research - Technologies from MSR that YOU can use
In this talk, I will highlight some technologies from MSR that can be used to develop cool projects. I'll highlight the newly released Kinect SDK and other exciting tools as examples of how machine learning and signal processing technologies can be used to build interesting applications that receive...
Rational Guide to SharePoint 2010 User Profile Synchronization
Get the real deal on configuring User Profile Synchronization in SharePoint 2010 in this demo and best practices heavy session. This session will cover the architecture of the new User Profile Synchronization capability in SharePoint Server 2010 and provide a walkthrough of the configuration requirements...
Releasing Trade Me's Latest Project
Trade Me is a pretty big New Zealand web site. We've been working on a little something that we think might interest the Tech Ed audience and we'd love for you to join us as we announce and release it.
In the process we'll be showing off our stack and demonstrating our deployment process as we...
Responsive Design - The View of the World Depends on the Glasses I Wear
There is no mobile Web, there is no desktop Web, and there is no tablet Web. We view the same Web just in different ways. So how do we do it? If you are a designer or front-end developer, come to this session to learn how to embrace the fact that the web doesn't have the same constraints as the printed...
Enabling a Responsible Consumerization of IT Strategy in the Enterprise
Device proliferation and consumerization of IT is putting additional demands on the IT department. This session will help you determine how to develop a successful consumerization strategy that will help you enable consumeization of IT while protecting intellectual property.
Windows Phone First Up/ All Up
This session is intended to introduce developers to Windows Phone. It isn't your boring old level 100 intro session. This session assumes that you know how to develop applications and skips past the "hello world" stuff to talk about tools, navigation elements, the back stack, phone controls...
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