Virtual Meet Up hosted by Microsoft's Developer Platform Evangelism Group
Wednesday, April 3, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
- Meet Microsoft's Developer Platform Evangelism group
- Keynote by Mark Hindsbo, Vice President, US Developer Platform Evangelism
- Learn about Microsoft's cross platform strategy (iOS, Android and Windows)
- Explore Microsoft's developer centric ecosystem
- Hear from several Microsoft Developer Evangelists and learn how they are impacting the developer communities they work with
- Consider a career as a Microsoft Developer Evangelist
Microsoft is committed to bringing compelling experiences to end-users via innovative devices and software services. Microsoft’s Developer & Platform Evangelism (DPE) division is focused on “securing the future of the platform” by building a rich third-party application ecosystem, nurturing a vibrant technical community of students, startups, developers, IT professionals and independent software vendors to build commercial and consumer applications on the Microsoft platform, and drive tools revenue & share.
About Mark Hindsbo
Mark originally joined Microsoft in Denmark around the birth of Microsoft’s .NET technology and vision. Here he built and led the local DPE group and was part of the subsidiary leadership team. He has also worked in Microsoft’s corporate headquarter in various roles; most recently as responsible for worldwide field strategy and operations in DPE. Prior to joining Microsoft he was a partner and co-founder of a Danish innovation consulting company and has also worked as a management consultant for the Boston Consulting Group. Mark holds a Master of Science in applied physics & mathematics from the Technical University of Denmark.
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When & Where
Microsoft is a global company, located in over 100 countries, with revenues of over $ 70 billion. Many people think Microsoft = software. Yes, we do software—but we also do hardware, services, research, and more. Think Windows, Windows Server, Azure and Visual Studio. Online services such as Bing and MSN. Business solutions like Office and Exchange and devices like Surface, Xbox, Kinect, Windows Mobile, and more.