For the rookies: TechEd is Microsoft’s premier event for IT Professional and Enterprise Developers. And for the long-time veterans of TechEd, you already know that this event is the best venue to learn new technologies, network with your coworkers and peers across a multitude of industries, and ask questions of the experts. Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President, Windows Server and System Center Program Management will be delivering the opening keynote.
Once you register as an attendee, you will also be able to register to take Microsoft certification exams onsite – at 50% off the regular exam price! In addition to this great discount, you will find all the resources you need to succeed right at the conference. Start with the introductory session to get your certification questions answered. Then, take advantage of the Study Hall or jump into one of the MCT-led exam prep sessions before conquering your Microsoft certification path.
This year, TechEd features nine tracks you can leverage to tailor the conference experience to your professional needs. Each track features a deep-dive into a different cutting-edge Microsoft technology so that you can focus your week on what’s most important to you. This year’s lineup includes:
Architecture & Trustworthy Computing
Data Platform & Business Intelligence
Developer Tools & Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)
Office 365 & Unified Communications
SharePoint & Enterprise Social
Windows Azure Application Development
Windows Client, Access & Management
Each track is loaded with talented speakers and teachers to help you navigate each technology. With all the experts under one roof, you can be sure that your questions get answered.
Finally, don’t forget the great opportunities to connect one-on-one with other attendees the entire week. From the learning sessions, to TechExpo, to the closing party at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, take advantage of the opportunity to reconnect with old friends and meet ones.
TechEd sold out last year, so don’t miss your chance in 2013! Register now and ensure your spot today. See you in New Orleans!
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