Microsoft Corp. would like to invite you and others in your community to explore in-depth how Window 7 and Internet Explorer can help you provide great solutions for your customers at our first Windows Summit!
Windows Summit 2010 runs May 25-27 at the Microsoft Conference Center on Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, WA and is designed for people who engineer and test Windows 7 PCs, devices, and software. We will offer three technical tracks to help you create the best systems, devices, and software using Windows 7 and Internet Explorer:
· System Track – includes sessions on optimizing performance and energy efficiency, tips and tricks to implement touch-enabled PCs, user experience design guidance, Windows Logo Program, and image creation and deployment.
· Device Track – offers sessions on Windows 7 Device Experience, the Windows Device Logo Program process, and how to use the Windows 7 platform to create a custom device experience.
· Software Track – provides sessions on touch, the Windows desktop, libraries, the Windows Sensors and Location platform, Windows Error Reporting, and building rich web applications using Internet Explorer.
Besides networking with Microsoft technical experts and leaders at breakout sessions and chalk talks, we will have an Ask the Experts and social evening, all starting with an opening keynote by Michael Angiulo, General Manager of Windows Planning and PC Ecosystem Teams.
Register and get more information on Windows Summit 2010 at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-summit/default.aspx.