One of the things that’s great about the team’s role is that we get to show developers, such as yourself, what’s possible with Microsoft technologies, making you aware of available training resources, and most importantly, ensuring that we, Microsoft, are there to help you be successful with your endeavours.

So let us help you! 3 Resources To Keep Top of Mind

The following are three resources that I think that you should keep top of mind. Since you’re always looking for quick and effortless ways of staying connected and up to date, the following should allow you to do just that:

Join the Canadian Developer CommunityCanadian Developer Connection Group

The Canadian Developer Connection Group on LinkedIn is our way of actively helping you connect with your Canadian peers and community experts, engage in discussions, network, and learn. It’s also a great place to ask questions and get answers (technical or career related).

I’d like to invite you to join the group >>

Developer Resources

The team has compiled each of our top 5 most valuable, developer focused, resources that we, ourselves, use, recommend, and believe would be relevant for you into a single resources list. You’ll notice initials beside the resources – these will tell you which of us contributed the resource. If you have any questions or would like to discuss further or share your opinion, we’d love to hear from you via email, Twitter, or better yet, through a discussion that you can start in the Canadian Developer Connection LinkedIn group.

Check out the resources >>

Developer Events

There’s a lot going on throughout Canada and online for developers, but finding out the dates, times, and locations of each of those is also a time consuming task. Since we’re always on the lookout for those events anyway, we’ll free up your time by bringing you all of those events (well, the ones we know of, of course) in one, concise, up-to-date list.

See what’s happening >>

Of course, the extent to which we can help doesn’t end with these three resources, but it’s hopefully a good start! We’d love to hear how we could be of additional help, so send us an email, tweet us on Twitter, or start a conversation in the Canadian Developer Connection LinkedIn group and get others to chime in as well!