Mitra Azizirad, Corporate Vice President, Cloud Application Development & Data Marketing has taken to the MSDN Blog to announce that Microsoft’s Connect() developer conference will be back in New York City from November 16-17th. The event is inspired by developers, shows Microsoft’s commitment to meeting the needs of developers, and also marks the next step on the company’s cloud-first, mobile-first world journey.
The conference will be live streamed globally, and Microsoft is encouraging those who are interested to save the date. Several key figures from the company are expected to be at the conference, including Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie and Principal Program Manager Scott Hanselman. Additionally, Microsoft is promising that industry leaders will also be at the conference to share what’s next from Visual Studio, .NET, Xamarin, Azure, SQL, Windows, Office and more. Of course, live and interactive Q &A sessions, and information on building apps for all platforms will also happen at the event.
Be sure to stay tuned to WinBeta as we will be covering the conference once it’s underway in mid-November. Until then, be sure to head over to this webpage to learn more about what’s in store for the Connect() developer conference.Further reading: Connect(), Connect() 2016, developer, Microsoft