Microsoft Ignite: Pre-Day Sessions Offer In-Depth Learning

We hope we’ll see you at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, Florida on September 24-28, 2018—and also at one of our many Pre-Day Sessions on Sunday, September 23. Seats are limited to ensure a hands-on, intimate learning experience for attendees—sign up before they’re gone.


 


We’ve got over 20 technically oriented Pre-Day Sessions, including “Securing the Modern Workplace with Office 365,” “Data Science with Azure Databricks,” and “Container Fest.” You’ll spend Sunday exploring topics in depth with experts in the field. See a full list of Pre-Day sessions here.


 


Diversity transcends gender—the new Diversity and Tech Pre-Day workshop focuses on empowering people of all cultural backgrounds, gender identities, and accessibility needs to enable their tech careers and advocate for themselves at work. Hear from tech leaders such as Dona Sarkar, Head of the Windows Insider Program, Ann Johnson, Corporate Vice President of Cybersecurity Solutions, and more.


 


We’re happy to announce that we’ve partnered with the University of Central Florida and Valencia College to invite five outstanding Women in Computing student leaders to serve as Diversity and Tech student ambassadors. These future IT professionals will spend the week diving deep into technology—make sure to get their unique perspective on Ignite.


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Our entire lineup of speakers includes the best and brightest in the world of tech. Watch some of our heavy hitters (including Donovan Brown, Anne Michels, and Jeffrey Snover) get pumped for Orlando in these short, exciting, and occasionally hilarious videos.


 


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