Reserve Your Spot for Microsoft’s Next Interoperability Plugfest
Posted by Michael Bowman
Program Manager, Office Engineering
Mark your calendars for June 16th to 20th! Microsoft Interoperability teams are hosting a five-day Interoperability Protocols Plugfest at Microsoft’s Redmond Campus.
A critical aspect of Microsoft product development is an ecosystem dedicated to shipping interoperable systems and these plugfest-type events are great opportunities to work closely with other vendors and open source communities, providing extensive documentation and sessions dedicated to testing and feedback.
The agenda will be interactive, with opportunities to discuss product interoperability topics directly with the Microsoft subject matter experts and leverage “internal” Microsoft tools from the Office, Cloud and Enterprise, and Data Platform teams to test protocol implementations, including SMB and OData.
Registration is free, but space is limited, so reserve your spot early. The first companies to register will be provided with private office/lab space for use during the event (but these spots fill up quickly!).
For more details or to sign up, visit the Plugfest registration site.