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Microsoft TechEd 2009 – Freedom of networking

Microsoft TechEd North America 2009 Los Angeles
Microsoft TechEd
About Microsoft Ignite from Wikimedia Commons
Microsoft Ignite, an annual conference for developers and IT professionals, is hosted by Microsoft. It has been held in many locations around the globe. In 1993, the first conference, now known as TechEd in Orlando, Florida, USA, was held. The last TechEd to use that name was the 2014 TechEd in Barcelona. Microsoft introduced Microsoft Ignite in 2015, after which it altered its conference schedule.
The conference lasts for three to five days and includes whiteboard sessions, hands-on labs, and presentation and whiteboard session. It provides opportunities to meet Microsoft MVPs, experts, and community members. Parties, community areas, and “Ask the Expert” sessions are all ways to increase networking. There will be an area for vendors to display their products and technologies at the event. The content catalog is extensive and attendees can choose the most useful sessions from it. Before the conference starts, an agenda is posted online.
Microsoft TechEd India is an annual fixture since 2003, except 2008, which was the last year that Microsoft TechEd India was not held.
TechEd 2006 was held in New Delhi and Pune, Mumbai, Chennai (Chennai), Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Mumbai during the month June 2006. Each city hosted two TechEd events. The first focused on architectural aspects of technology, and the fourth focused on Platform and Tools For Developers. The second event was for IT infrastructure professionals.
TechEd 2007 was held in Bangalore.
TechEd 2009 was held in Hyderabad during May 2009. The event was renamed Microsoft TechMela. This name change was necessary to Indianize it and make it more Indianized. Over 2,500 CXOs and TDMs, BDMs as well as developers, IT professionals, architects, designers, faculty members, and technology students attended.
Steve Ballmer was the keynote speaker at TechEd-India 2009. This was the only TechEd event where Steve Ballmer was to address the audience. There were 28 Technical Tracks with more than 112 breakout sessions and 24 instructor-led labs. Chalk-Talk sessions were also included. These tracks were created to be a navigational tool that helped individuals find the labs and sessions best suited to their needs.
TechEd India 2011 was held at Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bangalore, from March 23-25. The event featured keynotes from senior Microsoft executives, breakout sessions and instructor-led labs. It also featured product team tents, hands-on labs, instructor-led laboratories, instructor-led labs, hands-on labs, and free Microsoft certifications. Qi Lu was the keynote speaker.
Tech Ed India was held at The LaLiT Hotels and Resorts in Bangalore in 2012, 2013, and 2014.

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