Your attendance at Visual Studio Live! (VSLive!™) Washington, D.C. is about learning from your peers as well as the experts; make the most of your time with us and add these events to your itinerary!
Monday, June 12
Join other conference attendees and speakers for a casual, no-host dinner and make a few new friends while enjoying the fun and delicious restaurants in the Washington, D.C. area. This is your opportunity to meet fellow attendees and start friendships that can last for the week or even longer. Groups can break into smaller groups based on where everyone wants to dine and head off to dinner. Everyone is responsible for their own dinner.
Tuesday, June 13
All conference attendees are invited to celebrate the start of Visual Studio Live! Washington, D.C. at the Welcome Reception. Join us to network with fellow conference attendees and speakers, talk with the event sponsors, enjoy complimentary drinks and hors d'oeuvres, and participate in the conference raffle.
Birds of a Feather Lunch
Wednesday, June 14
Plumb the knowledge and experience of your colleagues, conference speakers and exhibitors by participating in one of the BoF Tables discussions. Tables will have a designated topic to help start discussions and interact with your fellow attendees. You may even learn a new trick or two or some great tips to take back to the office.
We will also have designated speaker tables - noted with the speakers' name. Join your favorite speaker for a lunchtime discussion or just to ask questions or clarify anything from their sessions.
Visual Studio Live! Monuments by Moonlight Tour
Wednesday, June 14
6:45 – 10:30 p.m.
Pre-registration & $20 Confirmation Fee Required
Join Visual Studio Live!'s Monuments by Moonlight Tour and see the best of our nation's capital as it is illuminated at night! The tour will view the White House, the Washington Monument, and the Smithsonian Institution Museums that adorn the National Mall. Participants will also be able to walk onto the National Mall and experience the World War II Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial, time permitting. You'll see the city in a whole new light on this 3-hour tour led by a tour guide.
Space is limited and reservations will be on a first come, first serve basis.