In the US, an exciting new event approach was announced on the Channel 9 Blog with the following:
"The world of IT and enterprise development and your needs are rapidly changing. In a cloud first, mobile first world you need:
- The broadest range of learning opportunities across the breadth of Microsoft's technologies and solutions
- Technical education, product evaluation and deep hands-on learning to plan, architect, deploy, manage, and secure a connected enterprise
- Greater community interaction with technology professionals and your industry peers in structured and informal settings
We're excited to announce the inaugural unified Microsoft commercial technology event the week of May 4, 2015. You'll find what you're familiar with and you'll learn more about Lync, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Project, SharePoint, SQL Server, System Center, Visio, Visual Studio, Windows, Windows Intune, Windows Server and lots more.
This event will be a part of and an enhancement of TechEd, co locating with that event to ensure the world of IT gets optimal access to all of the best resources in one place."
Exciting times for Microsoft in the USA!
While we're on the subject of great, exciting events, TechEd Australia is almost here! Get ready to learn about all things Microsoft with some of the best technical minds in the industry. TechEd in Australia is an important vehicle for technical readiness, and want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to attend. Our own exciting announcement this year is that TechEd will be held in not one but TWO locations and we are busy locking in the events that will follow in 2015.
Melbourne: 7-8th October at the Exhibition Centre
Sydney: 27-28th October at the Hall of Industries
Such events are pivotal in providing technical readiness and know how on the exciting evolution of our products and services, but even with the event over two cities, not everyone will be able to make it. For everyone who can't attend in person, or who wants more detail about our products and services, how would you like to receive information? How do you like to learn? Let us know by commenting below!
We hope to see you at TechEd!