Once again I've been "blessed" with the content owner role for TechEd Australia 2010 which is on the Gold Coast from August 24-27.
Our Call for Topics is now open (and will probably close around June 12). If you're interested in speaking at TechEd Australia (and possibly New Zealand), please check the Terms and Conditions and then submit as many topics as you'd be interested in presenting in one or more of the 14 Technical Tracks.
One interesting thing to note is that we have a new track this year – the Voice of the Customer. We're looking for 8 great warts-and-all case studies showcasing how real-world problems have been solved with Microsoft and other technologies.
The tracks and their owners/tech advisors are as follows:
|Cloud Computing and Online Services||Greg Willis|
|Data Platform and Business Intelligence||Marcy Larsen||Ron Dunn|
|Developer Tools, Languages and Frameworks||Dave Glover|
|Dynamics||Ross Dembecki||Catherine Eibner|
|Management||Frederique Dennison||Andrew McMurray|
|Office and SharePoint||Sophie Corker||Alistair Speirs, William Cornwall, Gayan Peiris|
|Security, Identity and Access||Frederique Dennison||Rocky Heckman, Jamie Sharp|
|Unified Communications||Johann Kruse|
|Virtualisation||Rosemary Stark||Philip Duff|
|Voice of the Customer||Charlie Annetta|
|Web Platform||Michael Kordahi|
|Windows Client||Danny Beck||John Pritchard, Daniel Bucherer|
|Windows Phone||Sheau-Lan Reed||Dave Glover|
|Windows Server||Rosemary Stark||Jeff Alexander|
Have at it!