Boston ReMIX in October. Sign up today with $100 discount!

ReMIX07 Boston – Monday-Tuesday, October 8-9, 2007                                                                          
Brought to you by Microsoft®


Whoever said that what happens in Vegas has to stay in Vegas? Due to the SOLD OUT status of MIX07 in May, Microsoft is serving up ‘ReMIX’ with a twist right here on the East Coast! ReMIX07 Boston will feature a keynote from Brad Abrams, who is the Group Product Manager for the .Net Framework Product Group, as well as multi-track sessions for designers and developers covering Silverlight, AJAX, Virtual Earth, .Net 3.0/3.5, Expression and Visual Studio. Innovate the Web.


Get a jump start on registration as this event promises to sell out too!  To register, click here. As a valued colleague, I invite you to attend at $100 off (retail: $299); when registering use RSVP Code: RM07INTB


What to expect at ReMIX07 Boston …

If you’re in the web business, learn about:

  • Building a better user experience to unlock new revenue opportunities

  • Forging tighter, stickier customer connections

  • Building innovative media experiences into your site

If you’re a web developer, build:

  • Silverlight applications quickly and easily

  • Sites and applications that consume Windows Live services

  • Rich, interactive sites made for the next web

If you’re a web designer, learn about:

  • Using Silverlight to design gorgeous and highly functional user interfaces

  • How a real-world application is built and the best practices associated with it

  • The suite of Expression tools that revolutionize the way designers work with developers

If you attend, regardless of your job role, check out:

  • Xbox Gaming Area where you can test your skills at Halo 3 and Guitar Hero among others

  • Express Yourself Design Contest where key design agencies compete to solve a real-world design problem

  • Stay tuned: We may feature some cool products and demos around XNA, Popfly, Robotics Studio and Surface

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