Be a part of Microsoft history and join developers from all over the world for the first ever 24-hour day of technology learning. Participate in 95 live sessions anywhere, at anytime or on-demand at your convenience.
The 24 hour event started on Tuesday, March 31st in Redmond, Washington with more than 4,107 International developers taking part. Today, developers from Asia & Australia will kick off the event at 8am and the event will continue through 5pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) in Redmond.
Check out the agenda to determine when in the world the sessions are taking place. Search for individual sessions here.
TechDays helps developers to sharpen their coding skills and learn from their peers on how to get the most out of tools and technologies.
One Event. One Day. One World Developer Community Defying All Challenges Together.
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34 Microsoft MVPs will be speaking during the event, covering 15 technologies!
MVP Christian Wenz, MVP Michal Valasek, MVP Nuno Godinho, MVP Gill Cleeren, MVP Richard Campbell, MVP Rachel Appel, MVP David Penton, MVP David Dong
Device Application Development
MVP Alejandro Mezcua, MVP Maarten Struys, MVP Christopher Fairbairn, MVP Christopher Craft
MVP Andrej Radinger
MVP Brian Rasmussen, MVP Hadi Hariri, MVP Jason Bock, MVP Claudio Lassala, MVP Todd Anglin
MVP Eladio Jose Rincon Herrera, MVP Greg Low, MVP Peter Ward
Connected System Developer
MVP Kurt Claeys, MVP Dimitris Papadimitriou
Internet Information Services
MVP Ivan Gonzalez Vilaboa
MVP Razi Bin Rais
MVP Mauro Sant'Anna
Windows Server Customer Experience
MVP Dan Wygant
MVP Bill Wolff
MVP Marco Shaw
MVP Paul Yao, MVP Douglas Boling
MVP David Mann, MVP Reza Alirezaei
MVP Tim Mangan
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