Tech.Ed 2009 – Gold Coast and Auckland

Well it’s that time of year again when we get the chance to hang out with like minded geeks in conference mode!

I was very lucky this year to be selected to present a couple of break out session in both Gold Coast and Auckland – WOOT!

My sessions are:

Australia

ARC401 Architectural considerations for creating Silverlight Applications
Thu 9/10 | 17:00-18:15 | Arena 1B

This session has actually been dropped to level 300 now, but it’s still awesome πŸ™‚

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WEB309 Going deeper in Silverlight 3
Fri 9/11 | 13:45-15:00 | Meeting Room 5

New Zealand

ARC301 Architectural considerations for creating Silverlight Applications
Tue 9/15 | 14:20-15:35 | New Zealand Room 2

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WUX301 Going Deeper in Silverlight 3
Wed 9/16 | 9:00-10:15 | Ballroom 2

Also cool is that we are holding a special lunch for Silverlight geeks on Wednesday (Gold Coast) from 12:45 – 1:45 in Meeting Room 6. You can add it to your session planners via session code BOF001. The topic: “Smash lunch -> talk Silverlight. Join moi and other members of the local community for an hour of Silverlight discussion. You drive – no slides welcome.”

Come along to the lunch so we can all identify each other as Silverlight geeks throughout the conference!

Last year was my first taste of Tech.Ed and boy I didn’t know what I was missing! Suffice it to say I’m looking forward very much to Tech.Ed this year – perhaps ever have a beer or two here or there πŸ™‚

Make sure you come and say hello!

6 thoughts on “Tech.Ed 2009 – Gold Coast and Auckland

  1. I really enjoyed your ARC301 presentation yesterday at TechEd. The content was exactly what makes TechEd worthwhile.
    You mentioned that you would make the source-code available to download. Can you please add a link.

  2. Thanks for coming along and sharing your experience with us all at Tech Ed! I particularly enjoyed WEB309 – a lot of the issues you were dealing with were ones I’d previously fought with, and suddenly became clear watching your demos. I’ve downloaded the slides from the Tech Ed website, but could you also pass on the source code to your demos? ‘Twould be seriously useful to me. πŸ™‚

    Thanks again!

  3. Hey all,

    Thanks for your kind words. I’ll be posting all my code and some wrap up articles next week!

    Cheers,

    Jordan.

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