Tracking the tracks at Tech Ed New Zealand


Follow the Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008 live

, posted: 28-Aug-2008 11:53

Tech Ed Live: New Zealand 2008 is... live. The page will allow you to follow the Microsoft crew around the conference floor and the marketplace, watch exclusive interviews, photos and links to presentation downloads.




Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand more social on Twitter

, posted: 20-Aug-2008 10:46

As previously pointed out you can follow Tech Ed Live on Twitter, but if you want others to participate you can follow the tenz8 bot and tag your tweets with #tenz8 to share your thoughts.




Who attends Microsoft Tech Ed events?

, posted: 13-Aug-2008 08:00

This is an interesting question and the Microsoft Australia team may just have the answer - which may not be exactly the New Zealand but we can start with these numbers.



Some other interesting stats tells us that 44% use Facebook, 40% consider themselves "gamer", only 16% have a blog and only about 6% use Twitter.

And if you want to know where attendees to the Microsoft Tech Ed Australia 2008 come from, check the Connect Map.



Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008 Agenda and Track Information

, posted: 10-Aug-2008 08:55

You can now see the Tech Ed agenda and track  information on the official website. Remember to check your email for instructions on how to login to ComNet and create your own schedule.

By creating your schedule you will be helping the organisers decide which room is right for each session based on interest.





Microsoft Tech Ed Live New Zealand on Twitter

, posted: 6-Aug-2008 19:44

If you are using Twitter to follow the activites and discussions of friends, you might be interested in adding techedlive to your Twitter list.

They have also announced that #tenz8 is the hashtag for Twitter posts associated with the Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008.





Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand is a technology event run by Microsoft New Zealand. The Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2010 is happening in Auckland (New Zealand), 30th August - 1st September 2010, at the SkyCity Convention Centre. If you are attending the Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2010 and would like to contribute with stories, profiles, and feedback please contact us. This blog is written by Mauricio Freitas and published by Geekzone.



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