It’s not clear whether Build will also be folded into this new conference. Microsoft didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. “If you’ve attended TechEd or Microsoft Management Summit, this the place for you to be. It’s everything you’ve come to know and love and more. Microsoft official Julia White said in a separate blog post that this new conference will also be better because it will offer “clearer visibility into Microsoft’s future technology vision and roadmap” and provide “unparalleled access to Microsoft senior leaders and the developers who write the code.” The new conference will also have a beefier learning component and offer a more dynamic environment for networking and interacting with fellow tech pros and peers, along with “epic” after hours entertainment, according to White.
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