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Registration is now open for Microsoft Edge Web Summit 2017. Join the Microsoft Edge team in Seattle on September 13th for a jam-packed day of energetic technical sessions looking at what’s new, and what’s next, for the web on Windows. Space is limited and reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis, so book your seat today!
Microsoft Edge Web Summit is a free conference presented by the engineers building Microsoft Edge. The main track consists of 14 jam-packed technical sessions, covering everything from performance, accessibility, and test guidance, to brand-new tools and APIs for building Progressive Web Apps on Windows, adding payments and biometric authentication to your sites, and building modern layouts with new CSS features like CSS Grid.
This year, we’re introducing a new Hallway Track, where you can meet with engineers from across Microsoft to solve real problems today, and build invaluable connections for the future. Looking to reduce a troublesome performance issue? Struggling with best practices for accessibility? Eager to get started with WebVR? Curious about Bash on Windows? We’ve got you covered. The Hallway Track connects you one-to-one with Microsoft engineers throughout the day for tangible results you can take back to your site or app.
We’re excited to meet developers around the world face to face, and look forward to seeing you here in Seattle, WA! Space is limited and reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis, so book your seat today. Can’t make it? Don’t worry – though there’s no substitute for attending in person, we’ll be streaming live on Channel 9 all day (no registration required), and recorded sessions will be available after the fact.
― Kyle Pflug, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Edge