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IN PICTURES: Microsoft TechEd 2013 in New Zealand

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.

  • Thousands of delegates poured into Microsoft TechEd's exhibition area, called The Hub, to catch up on the latest in products, solutions and vendors

  • Thousands of delegates poured into Microsoft TechEd's exhibition area, called The Hub, to catch up on the latest in products, solutions and vendors

  • The last day of the conference saw Microsoft demo Lego's Mindstorm robot built with a Surface tablet.

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