The DEVintersection conference will be held this week in Las Vegas, Nevada, and our company Xari will attend the event, aiming at positioning the firm in the world of software development and other cutting-edge technologies.
From December 7th-9th, the convention will be held at the MGM Grand Hotel, although several workshops are being held in the facility’s halls since December 5th. These workshops allow the IT community to be brought closer to the Microsoft company’s main experts.
DEVintersection will have an attendance of 100-plus speakers, who travel from different countries and regions of the United States. In addition, more than 200 sessions and more than 20 workshops have been scheduled for the three official days of the event, while several companies will hold exhibitions of their latest technological products.
Xari, through Jose Javier Columbie, Lead Software Engineer, DevExpress and Microsoft MVP, will take advantage of the development of this congress to see first-hand the most recent updates in the .NET ecosystem and the newest releases that has emerged from the Microsoft’s business portfolio, which should contribute to a more solid and inclusive work of our company.
Seasoned speakers in the industry will attend Las Vegas to share solutions and advice related to real-world scenarios. Among the most prestigious personalities who confirmed their attendance were Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President of the Cloud and AI Group, Microsoft; Scott Hanselman, Principal Community Architect for Web Platform and Tools, Microsoft; and Charles Lamanna, Corporate Vice President, Business Applications & Platform, Microsoft.
SQL Server and Azure SQL conferences will be of great importance; as well as Microsoft Azure+Artificial Intelligence, which can become a source of inspiration to create new products and services that strengthen technological power in the immediate future.
DEVintersection is the perfect opportunity for our concerns to be answered by authorized voices and new alliances can be built with other software developers and companies.