The Datacom contingent of 75 people will include software architects and developers, IT&T specialists, engineers, and sales people.
Don't expect to see a session run by Datacom during Tech Ed, but look for their guys to exchange some knowledge. However, if you're attending the Microsoft Partner Connectionz conference in September, you can catch this company talking about one of their most visible and successful recent projects: NZ Census Online.
I'm told that Datacom build and run some very big integration projects, so perhaps the shy teams behind these projects might pop out and teach us a thing or two at future user groups and events?
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