Tracking the tracks at Tech Ed New Zealand


Microsoft MVP presence at Tech Ed New Zealand 2007

, posted: 3-Aug-2007 20:05

At least six New Zealand MVPs and five Australian MVPs are lined up to present at Tech Ed New Zealand 2007.

Sessions currently scheduled including MVP presenters are:

OFC304 - Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Upgrade and Migration
OFC316 - Branding and Customizing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Sites
OFC418 - Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies 2007: Deployment and Advanced Administration Topics
OFC338 - Anatomy of an Office Business Application
OFC313 - Document and Records Management Using Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Office Clients

VOC302 - Software Plus Services on the Microsoft Platform: How We Built ActionThis
VOC305 - Fronde Debate – Architecture? Don’t Waste your Time!

DAT314 - SQL Server 2008 for Developers
DAT305 - Analysis Services Best Practices: Design, Storage, Multidimentional Expressions (MDX) and Calculations
DAT302 - Database Schema Versioning: How to Use Microsoft Visual Studio Team System for Database Professionals and Team Foundation Server to Version and Deploy Your Databases

WEB309 - Building BackgroundMotion – Scalable Web Fast by using the Composite Web Block

SVR308 - Windows PowerShell: The Future of Server Administration
SVR310 - Up-close and personal with Virtual Machines and SCVMM

DEV309 - Best Practices for Team-Based Software Development
DEV346 - Next Generation Team Foundation Server

CLI317 - Windows Vista: The Top 10 Reasons to deploy now (or why change what works for me now?)

Note that schedules may change. Delegates should login to Comnet for latest scheduling in all cases.

Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) are technical community leaders from around the world who are awarded for voluntarily sharing their high quality, real world expertise in offline and online technical communities. Microsoft MVPs are a highly select group of experts that represents the technical community's best and brightest, and they share a deep commitment to community and a willingness to help others.

MVPs represent a broad spectrum of Microsoft product users. They occupy many different professions including accountants, teachers, artists, engineers and technologists. MVPs reside in over 90 countries, represent 30 different languages, and cover more than 90 Microsoft technologies.

Roseanne Stamell (pictured), MVP Lead for Australia & New Zealand, will also be at Tech Ed New Zealand 2007 throughout the day Monday and some of Tuesday, so feel free to talk to Rose (or her Manager Karen Young, who will also be attending) about the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award. You might find them at the stand, or watching MVPs present any of these listed sessions.


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Other related posts:
MVP Theatre at Microsoft Tech Ed Australia 2008
Scott Hanselman speaking at Blogger Dinner during Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008
Windows Mobile Roadmap session at Tech Ed New Zealand 2008






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