Join us this week at Microsoft Build digital event

Marian Luparu

Marian

We are looking forward to this week’s main event, Microsoft Build 2020. Build 2020 starts tomorrow Tuesday, May 19 and will run for 48 continuous hours as a digital-only event that is open to anyway around the world, at no cost. This is the first major tech conference to go full-digital with an experience designed from the ground-up for a virtual audience.

The C++ team is excited to be a part of this event and we’d like to invite you all to join us. At Build, we will demo the new capabilities our team has been working on recently. Our partner teams at Microsoft will also showcase new services and tools that you can use to boost your productivity and continue collaborating in remote-only environments.

Join us for the C++ live session

Nick Uhlenhuth will be streaming live from his very own home the session “Level-up your C++ productivity using Visual Studio” on how to improve your productivity when working from home. You can watch Nick’s talk and participate in the live Q&A by registering on the Build website.

This session will be streamed live and repeated across three time zones (Seattle, London, Sydney):

On-demand Video

In addition to watching the live streams above, we also created a video that will be available on-demand Tuesday at 12PM PDT. This longer session allows us to delve deeper into technical topics that will seed, we hope, your questions in our live session. With that in mind, we recommend you check out this session before joining our live Q&As.

Community session: Ask the C++ team

Community sessions are an opportunity for you to interact directly with the product team. Join us to exchange feedback on your developer practices and bring all your questions about how to best take advantage of the Visual Studio family of products. We’re looking forward to having an open dialogue and answering your questions!

Join us! Every developer is welcome

There is a lot more sessions to discover in the Build Session scheduler so register today, build your schedule, and join us on Tuesday for the Build 2020 48-hour marathon.

Stay connected with us via Twitter at @visualc and via email at visualcpp@microsoft.com.

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