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MSDN Events: Launch 2010 Highlights

Tuesday May 04, 2010

Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center

Seville II and III

6808 South 107th East Avenue

Tulsa Oklahoma 74133

For the Developer

1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Event Overview

MSDN Events Present:  Launch 2010 Highlights

Join your local Microsoft Developer Evangelism team to find out first-hand about how the latest features in Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010 can help boost your development creativity and performance.  Learn how to improve the process of refactoring your existing code base and drive tighter collaboration with testers. Explore innovative web technologies and frameworks that can help you build dynamic web applications and scale them to the cloud. And, learn about the wide variety of rich application platforms that Visual Studio 2010 supports, including Windows 7, the Web, Windows Azure, SQL Server, and Windows Phone 7 Series.

Click here to register.

For the IT Professional

8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Event Overview

TechNet Events Present:  Launch 2010 Highlights

Join your local Microsoft IT Pro Evangelism team to find out first-hand what Microsoft® Office® 2010 and SharePoint® 2010 mean for the productivity of you and your people—across PC, phone, and browser.  Learn how this latest wave of technologies provides revolutionary user experience and how it takes us into a future of greater productivity.  Come and explore the tools that will help you optimize desktop deployment.

Click here to register.

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