Oooops, we almost missed this. Microsoft’s Tech·Ed (China) conference has arrived in Beijing and this annual event will take place on December 1-3, 2010 at Beijing’s National Convention Center and will bring together several thousand developers and IT professionals in the Microsoft community. There’s not much to see here, but we are still bringing you a wholesome of photos and a video! Enjoy!
Developers and IT professionals can’t wait to see the latest technology from Microsoft…
Nice banner! But I still like the ones from Apple.
Yeah, the admission tickets! You need 2298 yuan ($345) to get one. Damn expensive!
The hall is crowded with people, it’s hard to breathe at here.
Sadly, I could not find any Apple products here, not even a single one…
Welcome to Tech·Ed!
Guess what’s that black animal doing down here…
Anyone could translate the slogan? Sounds really interesting in Chinese.
It’s a wolf with an Internet Explorer badge on its shoulder. What the fxxk?
The big bad wolf is walking around the place. It’s telling you that it loves Windows 7, bla bla bla.
One more shot!
Here we have some colorful unknown objects walking around.
Finally, we found some booth girls!
No one cares about the stuff they are holding… Just take a look at the girls and go.
Sorry, I use Firefox everyday.
Great thanks to these partners for supporting the conference.
Not sure what’s Channel 9 about.
Wow, we are in.
People are coming in too.
Show starting in a few seconds…
These statistics are awesome. An amount of 2.4 billion Windows 7 licenses were sold, 94% satisfaction, 88% of business users switched to Windows 7, and an estimation of 4.09 billion for PC shipments rates in 2011.
Q & A section.
There’s music performance at the end! Great!
Here’s a video of the event.
That’s all! Hopefully we can see an Apple keynote in China soon.
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