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Join Me at Microsoft Tech Summit Frankfurt

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Join me at Microsoft Tech Summit on February 21 – 22 in Frankfurt, Germany, where experts from around the world present discussion panels, ask-the-experts sessions and breakout sessions and cover the latest in Azure and Microsoft 365 at a free, technical learning event for IT professionals and developers. The conference will be held at Messe Frankfurt. If you aren’t familiar with it, the Messe Frankfurt is a great venue in a fantastic city that is located in the heart of Europe and entire Germany’s road network convenes here, along with the largest German airport and train station connected to the venue. The Messe Frankfurt enjoys a central location, hotels and shopping areas are close.

Microsoft Tech Summit Frankfurt is a free, technical learning event for IT professionals and developers, offering the most comprehensive technical education with a focus on Microsoft cloud. Personally, I am going to focus my attention on sessions revolving around Windows 10 as well as Office 365.

Why should you attend? Learn. Connect. Explore. Learn about trends that help streamline work and increase overall productivity. Connect and collaborate with Microsoft innovators, third-party experts, and IT peers. Whether you’re developing innovative apps or delivering optimized solutions, Microsoft Tech Summit can help evolve your skills, deepen your expertise, and grow your career.

Click here to discover more about Microsoft Tech Summit Frankfurt and if you run into me you can ask me anything you like about your Windows 10 project.

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