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Windows Unplugged Tour coming to Los Angeles

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If you’re a Windows or Windows phone developer and have wished you could have Microsoft’s ear for a moment, your opportunity has arrived. This month Microsoft is hosting a few sessions specifically for you, the developer, to ask your burning questions related to features, best practices or general concepts. Stephen Rose, who led similar discussions known as the “Springboard Series,” is back to lead what has been re-branded as the “Windows Unplugged Tour.” While he won’t be playing any acoustic instruments declaring “this is a hit song!” you can be assured that there will be several demonstrations, and the feedback he receives from IT professionals will be taken back to Redmond for consideration.
This 5-city Windows Unplugged Tour begins with a stop in Atlanta, GA on May 22nd and concludes with Chicago on June 4th. Since this is the SoCal examiner page, however, and you are reading this, then the date you care about is Thursday, May 29th. That’s when Microsoft will be occupying the beautiful penthouse at loftSEVEN in Los Angeles. If you’re an IT developer on the Microsoft platform, then register now to secure your spot as they're only accepting 150 people.

See you there!

You can read more about this series here and find out which other cities Microsoft will be playing in.


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