Posted by: kurtsh | March 27, 2016

EVENT: Microsoft Edge Web Summit, San Francisco – April 4th


Quick reminder:

We’re thrilled to announce our second annual Microsoft Edge Web Summit, coming to San Francisco on April 4th, 2016! Free registration opens soon – watch this space for more details.

Last year, we had a blast hosting developers from around the world, representing over 100 organizations, for a first look at Microsoft Edge and our plans for the future. This year, we’ll be in town immediately after Build 2016 for a one-day conference packed to the gills with short, focused, technical talks covering everything from in-depth performance analysis to the tools we use to measure and improve interoperability across the web.

Come learn what’s under the hood of our newly open-sourced JavaScript engine, powerful techniques for building accessible sites, and what’s on our roadmap for the year ahead – not to mention a few surprises!

This is a unique opportunity to learn from the engineers who build Microsoft’s browser, rendering engine, and developer tools, and for us to learn from you in breakout sessions, Q&As, workshops, and lots of opportunities to socialize! There’s no better place to make your mark on the future of EdgeHTML.

From the registration announcement:

Registration is now open for Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2016. Space is limited and reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis, so book your seat today! Sessions run all day on April 4th, just after Build and a short hop away at Dogpatch Studios. We’ll also be streaming live on Channel 9 and recording each session, so it’s easy to join in even if you won’t be in town.

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