Saturday, November 04, 2006

Microsoft’s top executives to share knowledge at TechEd 2006

Plans are underway to wow Sri Lankans at an IT event on a scale never-before-seen when Microsoft Tech-Ed 2006 gets underway at the Water’s Edge next week (25th to 27th October). Tech-Ed 2006 is billed to be an event where "Knowledge will grow. Doors will open. Destinies will change." and organisers at Microsoft Sri Lanka say participants will not be disappointed. Among the highlights of Tech-Ed is a series of high profile resource persons billed to speak on the four tracks that will make up the symposium.

The Microsoft Tech-Ed 2006 conference will consist of 50 sessions across 4 tracks, with Track 1 focusing on Windows Infrastructure and Systems Management, Track 2 on Messaging and Collaboration, Track 3 on Enterprise Data Management, Architecture and Team Development, and Track 4 on Developer Technology. Leading the way will be Steve Riley, Microsoft’s top rated senior security specialist – who will be joined by Technical Architect Gayan Pieris, Microsoft Developer Tools Specialist Matthew Hardman, and Developer Evangelist Janakiram MSV and IT Professional Evangelist Ravi Sankar.

Track 2 at Tech-Ed, dealing with messaging and collaboration, will be led by Gayan Peiris - a Technical Architect / senior Consultant for Unique World Pty Ltd Canberra, Australia who is considered an Expert in architecting and designing SharePoint Portals and Windows SharePoint Services solutions. Gayan is widely published and is a frequent speaker at Microsoft developer conferences on SharePoint technology. He has been a leading advocate since 2001 and the president of the Canberra SharePoint User Group. He has the distinction of being presented with the MVP award for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.

Gayan’s sessions will enable participants to gain an in-depth look at the new server technologies in the 2007 Microsoft Office release, while developers will have the opportunity to discover new features that enable them to create application-level customizations, application-level task panes, and program the ribbon using Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System. IT Professionals will gain the training they need to successfully deploy and manage Office server systems and applications within IT infrastructure.

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