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Microsoft's 18th TechEd in New Zealand brought together more than 2400 delegates in one of the largest IT congregations in the country
Microsoft kicked off TechEd 2013 in New Zealand with keynote speeches from local and international representatives of the company
More than 2400 delegates attended Microsoft's TechEd 2013 in New Zealand
Nigel Parker, director of developer and platform evangelism at Microsoft NZ spoke about working together to create solutions of the future.
Scott Guthrie, corporate VP for Windows Azure, spoke about the flexibility and benefits of the platform to growing organisations
Sean Gourley, co-founder and CTO of Quid expanded on the world of data intelligence and data mapping at Microsoft TechEd 2013.
Thousands of delegates poured into Microsoft TechEd's exhibition area, called The Hub, to catch up on the latest in products, solutions and vendors
More delegates at The Hub.
The last day of the conference saw Microsoft demo Lego's Mindstorm robot built with a Surface tablet.