TechEd North America 2013 in New Orleans wrapped up on Thursday, ending four days of sessions attended by thousands and featuring key developments in Windows Azure, significant updates to servers and new tools built for the cloud.
(You can read more about that in Satya Nadella’s post.)
If you missed any of the sessions, you’re in luck: they’re all available online now, with options to view the videos, or listen and read each session at your leisure as an MP3, MP4, PowerPoint deck or WMVs.
While most don’t have the same cinematic intro as the 007-ish one for Brad Anderson’s keynote, there is something for everyone who lives, eats and breathes in the IT pro and developer world. You can learn more about SQL Server 2014, Visual Studio 2013, and how 90 percent of the existing data in the world was created in the last two years.
If Windows Phone in particular floats your boat, then head over to The Windows Phone Developer Blog to get links to their 15 sessions that focus on it. There you’ll find topics such as “Manage Windows Phone Enterprise Apps,” “The Phone that Has Everything the Enterprise Needs: Windows Phone 8,” and “Speechifying your Windows Phone 8 Applications.”
You might also be interested in:
- Whoa’ fact of the day: 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years
- TechEd 2013: After Today, Cloud Computing is No Longer a Spectator Sport
- The name’s Azure. Windows Azure.
Microsoft News Center Staff