#VSLIVE25

Celebrate Yesterday's Technology As We Prepare You for the Future!

April 30 - May 4, 2018
Hyatt Regency

We're Gonna Code Like It's 2018

Visual Studio Live! (VSLive!™) is back in Austin this spring with 5 days of practical, unbiased, Developer training. From April 30 – May 4, 2018, join us for hard-hitting sessions, insightful workshops, intense hands-on labs and fun networking events. Code with industry experts, hear the latest from Microsoft insiders and tune up on today's hottest training topics! Plus, help us celebrate 25 years of coding innovation as we take a fun look back at technology and training since 1993. Come experience the education, knowledge-share and networking at #VSLive25.

The agenda will be announced in January 2018 – stay tuned for details!

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Who Should Attend and Why

We’ve been around since 1993. What’s our secret? YOU! Since our first conference (VBITS/VSLive!/Visual Studio Live!) in 1993, tens of thousands of developers, software architects, programmers, engineers, designers and more have trusted us year-in-and-year-out for unbiased and cutting-edge education on the Microsoft Platform.

  • Last year, I got so much out of the SOLID principle sessions – it gave me great perspective on the subject. This year, I loved the HoloLens introduction. I work for an aerospace company, and I can see that the technology will be utilized for assembly, 3D design, 3D inspection and many other applications in the near future!” — Mani Nazari, IT Factory Automation Systems

  • Each time I’ve attended VSLive! (3 and counting!), I return to the office to present on various topics like software debt, SOLID principles and Entity Framework. I think this has helped our team to better embrace these concepts and grow our knowledge in key Microsoft technologies.” — Phillip Houston, CCLI

  • Why do I keep coming back to VSLive!? To keep sharp, and stay current. We’re a proactive, agile, Microsoft stack shop using Azure, continuous integration, working in a "culture of learning & teaching", but being refreshed and inspired by evangelists and leaders is so important.” — David Lehman, Christian Copyright Licensing International

  • I originally came to Visual Studio Live! to improve my technical skills, but I came back in order to network and meet other developers. The biggest change I’ve made at work, by far, is the quality of unit tests, which has resulted in a significant drop in reported bugs.” — Justin C Kritzer, Lehigh County Government Center

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