You’re invited to help us celebrate an unlikely pairing in open source

You’re invited to help us celebrate an unlikely pairing in open source

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We are just days away from reaching a significant milestone for our team and the open source and open standards communities: the first anniversary of Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. (MS Open Tech) -- a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft.

We can’t think of anyone better to celebrate with than YOU, the members of the open source and open standards community and technology industry who have helped us along on our adventure over the past year.

We’d like to extend an open (pun intended!) invitation to celebrate with us on April 25, and share your burning questions on the future of the subsidiary, open source at-large and how MS Open Tech can better connect with the developer community to present even more choice and freedom.

I’ll be proud to share the stage with our amazing MS Open Tech leadership team: Jean Paoli, President; Kamaljit Bath, Engineering team leader; and Paul Cotton, Standards team leader and Co-Chair of the W3C HTML Working Group.

We will share personal anecdotes about how an unlikely pairing -- Microsoft and open source / open standards – may go down in history as successful as Chocolate & Peanut Butter, Cats & the Internet, and Pirates & Ninjas.

Come raise a toast to how far we have come as a community, and to the exciting places we’ll be headed in the next 12 months.

Find your ticket below, and register here http://congratsmsopentech.eventbrite.com.

Cheers,

Gianugo Rabellino
Senior Director, Open Source Communities
Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc.

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