Microsoft holds countless conferences throughout the year, several of which are geared towards developers. year, several of which are geared towards developers. One of the largest of those is known as TechEd, which was recently held in the United States, and also is one that takes place on other continents, as well.
For IT professionals down in Australia, the company has announced two conferences, with one taking place in Melbourne, while the other will happen in Sydney.
The show have four main focuses — Datacenter and Infrastructure Management, Developer Platform and Tools, Office Servers and Services, and Windows, Phone Devices. Each of these will feature 12 sessions apiece.
“These have been chosen as they reflect key technology trends within the broader industry, Microsoft’s platform as well as catering to the professional development needs of the technical community, and will be delivered as 300 – 400 technical level content ensuring TechEd remains the premier technical learning conference in Australia”, says Microsoft’s Sarah Vaughan.
Tickets for both events are now on sale for developers in the nation, selling for $880. These conferences generally sell out quickly, so developers are encouraged to register quickly. Details and registration can be found by following the link below.Further reading: Microsoft