One of the best parts of my job as a Product Manager in the Visual Studio team is working on events for you, our community. Last year in November I worked on one such event called Connect(); where we announced a ton of releases such as Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 2015 preview, Visual Studio Community 2013, .NET open source and much more.
Today I am happy to announce a new series we are starting called Connect(“Live”);. With this new ongoing set of live stream sessions our goal is to give you more opportunities throughout the year to hear from, ask questions to, and engage with the product teams building the developer tools you love such as Visual Studio, .NET, Azure SDK, and many more.
Connect(“Live”); // Debugging & Cloud Diagnostics Visual Studio Team Q&A
The series begins Thursday February 26th, streaming live from 09:30am to 10:30am PDT on Channel9. The session will be hosted by Dan Fernandez and feature members of the Visual Studio debugging and cloud diagnostics product teams. Team members will talk about what’s new for developers in Visual Studio 2015, and Azure SDK 2.5 and take your questions.
Ready to join us this Thursday? Here are the important details:
- Save the Date: You can save the date using an ICS file by clicking here
- Watch it live starting Thursday at 9:30am PDT: The live stream will be available on https://channel9.msdn.com/
- Missed the session? No problem, you’ll have a chance to see the recording that will be posted on the session page here
While I hope you enjoy this first session, we have already started planning the next few Connect(“Live”); topics and will announce them using this blog, in our @visualstudio Twitter feed, and post them on the Connect(“Live”) Channel9 page.
We’d also love to hear what teams or topics you want in future sessions, and we’ll do our best to make it happen. To give the feedback, you can post your comments here or contact me directly using Twitter @lyalindotcom
Thank you for reading.
|Dmitry Lyalin, Sr. Product Manager for Visual Studio (@lyalindotcom)
Dmitry has been at Microsoft for over 6 years, working first in Microsoft Consulting and Premier Support out of NYC before joining the Visual Studio Team and moving to Redmond, WA. In his spare time he loves to tinker with code, create apps, and is an avid PC gamer.