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Join Connect (); // 2015—virtual event for developers

Join Connect 2015

Last week, the Visual Studio team announced Microsoft’s primary fall developer event, Connect (); // 2015, on November 18 and 19 in New York City. As part of this event, the Office Extensibility team will host some very informative sessions for developers and IT decision makers, where we will make a series of exciting announcements. Mark your calendars for November 18 and 19 and join us virtually.

The Office sessions will cover our announcements for new capabilities, both generally available and in preview, as well as roadmap items to look out for in the near future. Our key announcement will also be spotlighted within Scott Guthrie’s keynote, so be sure to watch the live webcast November 18 at 10 a.m. EST.

Additionally, our team will host an hour-long virtual session on Thursday to discuss our vision of the Office platform and speak to how developers of all backgrounds and skillsets can build on Office. We promise it will be fun.

There will also be more than 30 on-demand videos, with many of them touching on Office extensibility, showcasing our new capabilities and features across myriad products and technologies.

We hope you can join us! Tune in on November 18 and 19. Additional details can be found by visiting

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