Chris established Kognition in Dunedin in 2003 and has worked with high-level national and multinational clients such as Microsoft and Telecom New Zealand. Kognition has worked on a number of significant projects in early stage technology including developing sample code and training material for .NET 3.0.
You will see Chris speaking on a session on Microsoft Office Application development and later on a session on how Intergen is building a new Software + Services application using the Microsoft Platform and in particular the office suite.
Intergen will be announcing a little more about this new application, called ActionThis, during the Tech Ed New Zealand 2007 (and we might have more details on this project during the event).
Other related posts:
Loke Uei Tan talks to us about Windows Mobile 6.5 at Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009
Ben Gracewood at Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009: revenge of the booth babes
Booth Babes at Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009
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