Bing Maps Technical Evangelist to present at ISV Partner Day 2020
News|28 February 2020
ISV Partner Day
21 April 2020
The Madejski Stadium, Reading
We are very happy to announce that Justine Coates, Microsoft Technical and Developer Evangelist, is travelling from Seattle to present a session on Microsoft Bing Maps at Grey Matter’s ISV Partner Day 2020.
Justine manages the worldwide support of Bing Maps for Enterprise and is also a contributor to the Microsoft Giving Missing Maps project, an open, collaborative project in which volunteers help map areas where humanitarian organisations are trying to meet the needs of vulnerable people.
ISV Partner Day 2020 is a full day event specifically for ISVs, application builders and software developers using Microsoft technology. The day will be comprised of three tracks: Platform, Developer, Business, where you can hear and meet presenters who have expertise in each of their subject areas.
Additional topics covered will include GitHub, Azure DevOps, Visual Studio and Infrastructure as Code.
To find out more and to register your place, go to the ISV Partner Day event page
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