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  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 AU and NZ: Preliminary Ideas

    Hey - Jeff and I have just been doing our top 16 sessions (and maybe a couple more :) ) for TechEd this year. We're looking for your feedback again! Messaging and Mobility Telephony Integration and Voice Over IP with Microsoft Office Communicator 2005 Exchange "12" Web Services: 42 APIs is...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 AU and NZ: Content Release Plans

    A few people have emailed me lately asking about their content submissions and whether they were successful - this post is to let you all know about the primary focus areas for the event in our minds and when community submissions will be accepted or rejected. TechEd 2006 is closely aligned to the...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 Australia: the biggest ever!

    With the completion of content planning, CommNet has now released to attendees - this allows you to plan your sessions and export them to Outlook. It also gives us the ability to monitor room allocations and make minor changes where necessary to ensure that we manage attendees needs. This means that...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 Australia Registration is now live!!!

    Ive been asked several times now when registration is going to be open - well its now open!! All the information you need is at: www.microsoft.com.au/teched2006 Initial track plans are at http://blogs.technet.com/mkleef/archive/category/10983.aspx
  • Blog Post: TechEd AU and NZ 2006: Close to done!

    OK..theres been lots of people asking about what TechEd AU and NZ will feature as an agenda. I think its important that at this time we show you exactly where we're up to! Theres a couple of tracks that still arent quite finished yet - but are fairly close! For those that saw Andrew Coates's post...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006: Call for technical session papers

    TechEd 2006 planning has just begun and with that Im happy to announce that we are starting the call for technical papers a lot earlier than previous years. TechEd 2005 was a huge success with the number of sessions more than doubling to over 150, and a total conference size numbering at 2,500 we...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Slide Decks to post shortly on CommNet

    Well I have to say a lot of people have emailed and asked about this one! Everyone is interested in getting the presentation decks of TechEd Australia! Short answer is that we wanted to get them posted on CommNet as the sessions happened or shortly after. Our events guy was so busy fixing them up...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006: 2nd Draft: Messaging, WinSrvr, WinClient, Security

    Heres the next draft of 4 tracks....any feedback? Community submissions have now been included!! Security Windows Vista System Integrity Technologies Anti-Malware Technologies in Windows Vista Account Control: Running Windows Vista with Least Privilege Securing Content with Windows Rights Management...
  • Blog Post: New TechEd 2006 AU website released

    Hey the new TechED website just released. It has more information than before about the tracks and the event as a whole. Visit it at: http://www.microsoft.com/australia/teched2006/
  • Blog Post: MSTechEd.com website and Windows Vista Issue

    A number of people ( including Mitch Denny ) have emailed us and indicated that the website for CommNet which runs our event scheduling for TechEd is running extraordinarily slow - unusable in fact. In every case so far its because of Windows Vista's TCP autotuning changes in the IP stack. It appears...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006: Content Completed!

    Well its good news to be able to announce that we're essentially complete. At present we're completing final scheduling between TechEd NZ and Australia and jsut tidying up loose ends. We are on track to release the new improved CommNet on August 1st to all attendees in Australia and NZ. If youre an attendee...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 AU and NZ: SQL Track Preliminary released

    Dave Glover , the track owner for the SQL and BI track for TechEd AU and NZ has just released his first draft. He posted it at his blog - check it out and give him lots of comments!
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 AU and NZ: Developer Track

    Good onya Coatesy! Coatesy is running the Developer Tools track for TechEd AU and NZ. He's blogged it at his blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/acoat/archive/2006/05/25/606548.aspx Take a look!
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 AU and NZ: Windows Client, Conn Systems and Architecture

    Heres more ideas! Comments please! Windows Client Using Windows PE to Customize Your Windows Vista Deployments Windows Vista: Remote Deployments What's new in Software Installation on Windows Vista Image Engineering: Creating Your Perfect Desktop Migrating User State from Windows...
  • Blog Post: TechEd AU and NZ 2006 Planning: More content for your review!

    So heres some of the early thinking around the Office System and Developer tracks. Still to come are "Database and Business Intelligence", "Windows Client", "Patterns and Practises (Architecture)", "Web Developer" and "Connected Systems" Thanks to Andrew Coates doing the Developer track and Penelope...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2006 AU and NZ: Web Developer Track preliminaries

    Nigel Parker has pulled his finger out and got me his Web Developer track! Way to go Nigel! :) Web Developer IIS 7: End-to-End Overview of Microsoft's New Web Application Server IIS 7: Building Custom Web Server Extensions IIS 7: Under the Hood for Web Request Tracing and Diagnostics ...