Microsoft Tech.Ed returns to Dubai
Middle East edition of technical education event set for March 2011
Microsoft is bringing its Tech.Ed event back to the Middle East for a second time.
Tech.Ed, Microsoft's leading IT education event, will return to Dubai from 8th to 10th March next year.
The three day event will be held again at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, and will include over 200 technical sessions and instructor labs, covering a wide range of technologies and products.
This year Microsoft has also introduced a day of pre-conference seminars on 7th March, which will focus on providing a deep dive into high interest subjects.
Speakers confirmed for the event so far include two highly-rated past Tech Ed presenters strategic consultant Rafal Lukawiecki and infrastructure and security architect John Craddock.
Samer Abu-Ltaif, general manager, Microsoft Gulf said: "Our vision for Tech.Ed Middle East is to make it the regional benchmark IT event. The inaugural 2010 event was organized to the highest standards and was extremely well received by the regional tech community with 96% of attendees expressing their overall satisfaction with the event. Our focus for the 2011 edition will be to continue to provide our audience with the best technical education, deliver great content, connection opportunities and an unforgettable IT experience."
"The Dubai World Trade Centre is proud to have been chosen once again by Microsoft Gulf to host the second edition of Tech.Ed Middle East 2011. We look forward to welcoming IT professionals and developers from the wider region to our world class venue and outstanding service that will enhance their experience at the highly respected global technology conference," said Helal Saeed Almarri, CEO, Dubai World Trade Centre.
For more information see www.teched.ae