Registration opens at 09:00am PDT, April 2, 2013
Early bird (first 500): $1,595 // Full: $2,095
Make sure to visit the website.
It’s simply spectacular.
This Friday, March 22 from 3:00 – 3:30pm Joelcitizen is hosting his new new Unplugged series. In this first open-mic, open-chat session he will discuss The Citizen Developer Trend and Impact on Social Good.
This is a great opportunity to unplug from your work for 30 mins (or less) and chat, in a totally casual way, with other peers about trending topics. Joel will have guests from time to time. Want to be a guest? let him know. (@Joelcitizen)
So if you are one of these… Join the conversation.
- Policy Wonks
- Data Analysts
If you didn’t have a chance to go to Seattle this week to learn about Windows Phone 8 development, the Channel 9 page on //build/ is coming live now with session recordings and downloadable slide decks from the last few days.
I haven’t heard about the event before but it sounds interesting. The event will take place in the heart of Zürich.
Information about the event:
Eckdaten zum Event:
Dienstag, 13. November 2012
Zürich, Füsslistrasse 6, Swisscom Shop
Microsoft Switzerland Country Manager Petra Jenner discussing her new book on Oct. 24 in the Kaufleuten
I just got an invitation by the Kaufleuten to attend our country manager, Petra Jenner’s reading of her new book and podium discussion.
This sounds highly interesting!.
Seen over on http://t3n.de
The first 100 visitors to get a 1 meter tower of their old books to the Sony store on Potsdamer Platz in Berlin on Thursday at 7pm will get it switched for a new Sony Reader PRS-T2.
Pretty cool… Sad it’s just going down in Berlin.
Corporate Vice President of Windows Mobile Program Management at Microsoft, Joe
Belfiore, will be speaking at MIX in March. Belfiore is responsible for
the overall design and product definition of the software that powers Windows
Phones. A huge consumer advocate, Belfiore has led the design and
development of some of Microsoft’s more consumer-friendly products, including
Zune, Windows Media Center, and the user experience for Windows itself.
Along with Belfiore’s keynote, eleven new Windows Phone
sessions have just been added to the MIX10 agenda.