We've got exciting news to debut this year at Microsoft Build. Enter to be the first to get the news and you could win a free trip to Build to hear it in person.
Our product teams have been working hard – as they always do – to prepare for our next release. You’ve seen our roadmaps and know that there is goodness headed your way, but this time around we have a surprise or two waiting for you.
Since I have a hard time not telling my daughter what I bought her for Christmas, keeping this new, innovative modern UI tool under wraps till release is going to be next to impossible. So – we thought we’d have some fun with it. At Microsoft Build (Seattle, May 7-9) we will be making our announcement (I really think you’re gonna love it). And since we know you all won’t be at the event, you can register here to be the first to get the news.
But here’s the really cool part – by registering to hear the news first, you will also be entered into a drawing for a Microsoft Build full conference pass (valued at $2,495 USD) and a $500 USD travel stipend.
You read that right. We’re giving away a Microsoft Build full conference pass!!
This year’s event is promising to deliver an exclusive look at what’s next in cloud, AI, mixed reality, and more. Progress will have members of its product management and engineering teams, developer relations advocates and a few marketing people on hand to talk about our newest innovations, some of which you will be able to play with right on the show floor! We’ll also provide a preview of the rest of the new features and functionality that will be in our R2 2018 release – which in and of itself is pretty rad. Oh! And did I mention we will be hosting a party (more on that to come in a future blog post)?! Trust me, you won’t want to miss out on any of this!
So what are you waiting for?! Register to be the first to know about the new innovative modern UI tool and you could win a trip to Microsoft Build. All details and fine print can be found here.
Can’t wait to share the news and to treat one of you to a trip to Microsoft Build!
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