Past Meetup

Connect(); Q&A

This Meetup is past

20 people went

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Details

6pm - Doors open

6:30pm - Session start

Description:

We will have a in person meetup session to cover the content from the online Connect(); 2016 (https://connectevent.microsoft.com/?utm_source=ms&utm_medium=email&utm_content=eib&utm_campaign=connect) event.

Microsoft Technical Evangelist Mickey MacDonald will be joining our user group for a Connect(); Q&A Session - deep diving into everything from Connect(); 2016! (https://connectevent.microsoft.com/?utm_source=ms&utm_medium=email&utm_content=eib&utm_campaign=connect)

Come with questions from watching the online event.

Connect(); 2016

Microsoft’s developer event Connect(); is back for a third year on November 16th and 17th and will be live streamed globally from New York City. We encourage you to save the date for what promises to be our best Connect(); yet.

At Connect(); 2016, Executive Vice President Scott Guthrie and Principal Program Manager Scott Hanselman, alongside leading industry innovators, will share the latest innovations from Visual Studio, .NET, Xamarin, Azure, SQL, Windows, Office and more. Over the two days, you’ll have the opportunity to engage in live, interactive Q&A sessions with our engineering teams, customers and partners and learn how it’s now easier than ever before to build and manage breakthrough intelligent apps that work across Android, iOS, Linux and Windows.

To Register for the online event:

Connect(); 2016 event registration (https://connectevent.microsoft.com/?utm_source=ms&utm_medium=email&utm_content=eib&utm_campaign=connect)

Speaker Bio

Michael “Mickey” MacDonald is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft Canada as well as a game designer and developer with experience working with start-up companies. Growing up, he enjoyed playing video games, which is what inspired him to start creating his own. He studied Video Game Design and Development at triOS College. He has also founded a video game company called Karma Labs. In his spare time he enjoys “researching” video games and has been described as the “Slayer of Bacon,” for obvious reasons.”