Tracking the tracks at Tech Ed New Zealand


Internet Explorer 8 Roadshow

, posted: 14-Aug-2008 18:37

This is not really a Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand event, but it's an interesting event for local developers - and around the same time.

I am talking about the Internet Explorer 8 Roadshow, announced by Nick in our forums:


Come and have an overview of the new features and capabilities of Internet Explorer 8 straight from a senior member of the US based Internet Explorer team.

Jefferson Fletcher is a Senior Product Manager working on Internet Explorer. Since joining Microsoft in 1996, Jefferson has spent the bulk of his career in engineering and has helped to deliver end-user features in multiple versions of Windows and Internet Explorer. A Seattle native, he left life as a poor Political Science major at the University of Washington 12 years ago because earning some extra cash as a software tester sounded like a good idea. (He has yet to find his way back...)

Christchurch
Monday 8th September (1:45pm - 3pm)
Register

Wellington
Wednesday 10th September (1:45pm - 3pm)
Register

Auckland
Friday 12th September (10:45am - 12pm)
Register

To learn more and to get started, please visit the New Zealand Internet Explorer Readiness website and the New Zealand Internet Explorer 8 blog for more information.


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Comment by irjan, on 15-Aug-2008 13:37

I want to try this one. Is it more secure and faster than IE7? How to download it?


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