PDC Keynote Remote Viewing/Discussion - Tuesday October 28

SRT Solutions will be hosting a remote viewing of the Ray Ozzie Keynotes, live from the PDC conference. Join SRT staff and other .NET developers from the community to watch the keynote live and to discuss it afterward.

Microsoft is sponsoring lunch.

Pre-registration is required.

Note: Register separately for the Monday keynote event.

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