Unravelling hidden tricks and tips in Visual Studio 2017 with Justin Clareburt, Senior Program Manager for Visual Studio based in Redmond, USA


Hot off the heels of Build 2017, Justin will be joining the QLD ALM User group for this interactive breakfast event on Wednesday 17th May from 7:30am at Microsoft Brisbane HQ.

If you are a user of Visual Studio and want to hear straight from the team, this is your opportunity to learn what's new and also pick up a few tips and tricks along the way.

There will also be an open forum where you can ask about anything related to Visual Studio and Justin welcomes your feedback and suggestion for future releases.

The important details:

Wednesday 17th May 2017

Breakfast from 7:30am. Event wraps up 9am

Microsoft Brisbane, Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane, 4000

RSVP here now to join this event

More about Justin Clareburt:

Based at Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, USA, Justin Clareburt is a Senior Program Manager for Visual Studio. A leading expert in IDEs, he is known for his passion for the ultimate development experience, incorporating efficient, effective and accessible tools, commands and shortcuts. With over 20 years of software engineering experience at companies such as Amazon, NewsCorp, Symantec and the Australian Government, he is now at the front line of Microsoft's premier software development tools, designing and developing the tools of tomorrow.

About the QLD ALM User Group:

The Queensland ALM Users Group (QALMUG) is a non-profit association of people who are interested in Application Lifecycle Management, Microsoft Visual Studio and its associated products, technologies and practices. Gathering monthly, the group typically have a top-notch speaker which may include international speakers, INETA speakers, or even local talent, of which there is an incredible amount. We have a chance to socialize over a free breakfast and drinks provided by our sponsors. Our sponsors have also been known to help out with some great prizes too.

 

Can't make it? Make sure you join the QLD ALM User Group to be kept up to date on upcoming events held by this community.

We look forward to seeing you at this special event!


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