Wanna speak at Tech.Ed Australia? Let us know!

Tech•Ed 2009 Australia is just four months away and we’re now looking for speakers. If you’d like to speak at Microsoft’s premier technical conference, held this year on the Gold Coast, you’ll need to get in quick as the tracks will be finalised over the coming weeks.

If you want to know more, Andrew Coates has got all the info, including the rules for submission, what the thirteen tracks are, and even tips for having your submission viewed favourably.

Click here for the skinny.

A quick summary of the tracks:

  • Windows Client and Windows Server
  • Office System
  • Unified Communications
  • Web
  • Developer Tools and Practices
  • Architecture
  • SQL and BI
  • Security
  • SOA and Business Process
  • Dynamics
  • Mobility
  • Azure Services Platform
  • Virtualisation

Personally, I would love to see some faculty (and maybe some talented students) putting in some ideas that maybe twist these a bit to make a different outlook on the topic and get developers thinking.

So, if you’re interested, go to Andrew’s blog entry and get the info.

Comments (2)
  1. Chris Eargle says:

    I’ve spoken at many community events, but this will be the first time I’ve submitted to a conference like TechEd. Do you know how long the description for the session should be? It’s typically up to a 100 characters for a Code Camp, but I have a feeling they may want more at an event like this.

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