November 18-19 // Developer Virtual Event Microsoft Connect()


 

It all started here – are you ready for what’s next?

A year ago Connect(); started the journey for a new Microsoft for developers, unveiling the future of an open source .NET on Linux and Mac, and a free Visual Studio for targeting any device and any OS.

Join us this year to hear directly from Scott Guthrie, Brian Harry, and Scott Hanselman on what’s next in this exciting journey. Get deeper insights into our exciting announcements with over 70 on-demand sessions. Interact with the engineering team members behind Microsoft tools and technologies to help you get started.

Save the date and visit http://connect2015.visualstudio.com/ for more details

Day 1 Schedule – November 18

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10:00–11:15 a.m. EST
The future of Microsoft tools and services for the new role of developers
Scott Guthrie

11:15–11:50 a.m. EST
Microsoft development services for the DevOps era
Brian Harry

11:50–12:30 p.m. EST
The Microsoft cloud platform for developers
Scott Hanselman

12:30–1:00 p.m. EST
Keynote recap
Seth Juarez,
Dan Fernandez

1:00–1:30 p.m. EST
Scott Guthrie unplugged
Scott Guthrie

1:35–2:05 p.m. EST
The Lesser Scotts
Scott Hanselman and Scott Hunter

2:10–2:40 p.m. EST
Live Q&A with Brian Harry
Brian Harry

2:45–3:15 p.m. EST
Ask Anders Anything
Anders Hejlsberg

3:20–3:40 p.m. EST
Windows application development with Kevin Gallo
Kevin Gallo

3:40–4:00 p.m. EST
Mobile development with Amanda Silver
Amanda Silver

4:00–4:20 p.m. EST
Visual Studio Code with Erich Gamma
Erich Gamma

Day 2 Schedule – November 19

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11:00–11:55 a.m. EST
Building apps with .NET – ASP.NET & .NET Core

12:00–12:55 p.m. EST
Building apps with Microsoft Azure

1:00–1:55 p.m. EST
Building mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows

2:00–2:55 p.m. EST
Application Lifecycle Management & DevOps

3:00–3:55 p.m. EST
Office Extensibility

4:00–4:55 p.m. EST
Building Windows apps using the Universal Windows Platform

5:00–5:55 p.m. EST
Visual Studio Code

6:00–6:55 p.m. EST
Developing with Visual C++

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