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Education
'Make Tech Her Story': New e-book reveals why it's so hard to get girls into IT careers
CompTIA is ramping up its efforts to get girls into technology, with a new awareness campaign to make technology what it calls more gender-inclusive.
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Microsoft
TechEd LIVE: “Welcome to the first world of computing, NZ”
Dressed in the colours of the country’s most successful team, the All Blacks, Microsoft Technical Evangelist James Whittaker sat in awe of New Zealand.
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Microsoft
Countdown to TechEd NZ 2014 begins...
The largest IT conference in the country, TechEd New Zealand, is back - returning for the 19th year in Auckland.
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Microsoft
Your invite - Microsoft Partner Connect event 9th Sept
Microsoft New Zealand is hosting a free partner gathering in Auckland’s SKYCITY theatre on Tuesday September 9, designed to strengthen partner relationships across the country.
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Cloud
TechEd keynote kicks off with data artist
The screeds of data in the world can be made more exciting and less complex, according to world-renowned data artist Jer Thorp.
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Cloud
TechEd announces 2012 speakers
Microsoft's announces Keynote speakers for their annual technology conference in Auckland.
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Microsoft
Registrations open for TechEd 2012
The build-up begins for New Zealand's biggest technology event.
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Fuji Xerox
The best of the hub
Tech.Ed’s ‘The Hub’ is the conference’s central exhibition hall. If you didn’t get a chance to make it down to Tech Ed this year, or maybe you did but were too busy flitting between sessions, here’s what you missed:
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Trade Me
TradeMe launches Labs at Tech.Ed
TradeMe has used its second Tech.Ed presentation to launch TradeMe Labs, a platform for innovative kiwi developers who are keen to showcase their skills.
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Trade Me
Buy now: one third of Trade Me up for sale
Fairfax to use proceeds to increase dividends and repay debts.
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Intergen
Best of Tech.Ed’s The Hub
Highlights from Microsoft conference's central meeting place.
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Music
Fat Freddy's Drop rock TechFest
The theme was superheroes, with ‘tickets’ to the event coming in the form of red capes for attendees to wear.
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Steven Joyce
Joyce addresses Tech.Ed before opening Auckland UFB project
ICT Minister says government laying platform for industry to flourish.
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Imagine Cup
The future of innovation
Four groups of New Zealand University students have shown off their entries to the Imagine Cup.
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Apple
'We got the solutions right here'
Microsoft reps Jeff Johnson and Patrick Hevesi have thrown down the gauntlet to Apple at Tech.Ed.
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Cloud
First year in cloud for Tech.Ed
Much of the talk around Tech.Ed has been the evolution of cloud computing from a buzzword to an industry standard.
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Trade Me
TradeMe: We're hiring!
New Zealand's top trading website on the lookout for staff at Tech.Ed.
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Microsoft
'Cloud is much closer than you think'
"The apps that are running in 2015, we need to be writing today,” Judah says.
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Intergen
Tech.Ed kicks off next week
We preview the keynote speakers and various technical 'tracks' on offer at Microsoft's annual conference.
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Steven Joyce
Microsoft event enters 16th year
Former All Black captain and top Microsoft boss among speakers at Tech.Ed.
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TechEd
Microsoft likely to focus big on cloud at Tech-Ed NZ
Based on reports from Tech-Ed North America, Microsoft is likely to make a big cloud computing push at the Kiwi version of the conference.
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Microsoft
TechEd tickets on sale May 2nd
Microsoft keeps delegate ticket prices the same as last year for its SkyCity-based tech festival.
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Microsoft
Tech.Ed sells out - session builder goes live
Choose your own agenda for the sell-out event with the Tech.Ed session builder.
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Microsoft
Gin to headline Microsoft TechFest
Microsoft details the entertainment for what it promises will be the "IT party of the year".