Redmond-based software giant Microsoft is gearing up for the TechEd North America 2012 conference set to kick off on Monday, June 11th in Orlando, Florida.
The company is set to provide details on both existing and new technologies at the event, and it is making sure that as many people as possible get the chance to learn them.
TechEd Orlando is sold out, but the company does plan on offering people around the world the possibility to attend, even if online from their homes.
In a recent post on the Microsoft Server and Cloud Platform Blog, the company explains that keynotes on Microsoft’s products will be streamed live for non-attendees.
Those of you interested in staying on top of news coming from the conference will be able to do so through the official TechEd North America website
There are over 1,000 sessions planned for the event, but users can schedule which to attend through a tool on said site. There will also be recorded sessions available for later access, along with on-demand videos and other learning content.
On June 11th, Satya Nadella, president, Server and Tools Business and Jason Zander, corporate vice president, Visual Studio, will keynote at the conference starting with 9:00 am PST.
Moreover, Antoine Leblond, corporate vice president, Windows Web Services, will have a day-two keynote starting Tuesday at 8:30 am PST, for all those who would like to learn more on Microsoft’s server offering.
Other events that might be of interest in the area – especially to those who will be present at TechEd in Orlando – include: Modernizing Your Datacenter (FDN04), Michael Shutz – Mon, June 11, 11:00 AM in N320A
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Enable Consumerization of IT (FDN03), Garth Fort – Mon, June 11, 11 AM in N210
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