Tech Ed sessions - top 10
I'll I've just got the Evaluation results for Tech Ed, so I thought I'd share the top 10 sessions from Tech Ed before I head out for a weekend. I've got to say that the competition among the top half of the sessions was very tight - you needed to be exceptional to get into the top 30 odd as they all ranked at 8.0 out of 9 or higher on average.
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I'll slice and dice the rest and send out emails to all speakers next week. Below are the top 10 sessions by average score.
|1||Woman in Technology Evening||Eileen Brown / Helen Robinson||8.69|
|2||Securing Your Friends and Family||Steve Riley||8.54|
|3||Building BackgroundMotion Scalable Web Fast by using the Composite Web Block||Jeremy Boyd||8.45|
|4||The Fortified Data Centre In Your Future: Build It and They Will Come||Steve Riley||8.41|
|5||Developing Data Driven Applications using the new Dynamic Data Controls in ASP.NET||Andrew Tokeley||8.41|
|6||How Did they Find That?: Implementing the New Microsoft Fundamental Computer Investigation Guido for Windows||Kai Axford||8.39|
|7||It's 11:00 P.M. Do You Know Where Your Data Is?||Steve Riley||8.35|
|8||Making the Tradeoff: Be Secure or Get Work Done||Steve Riley||8.35|
|9||Microsoft Enterprise Project Management||Paul Conroy / Doug McCutcheon||8.32|
|10||Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Security in Depth||Steve Riley||8.26|