If you live in the Boston area and want a chance to pick the brains of the Windows Insider team, you'll get your shot tomorrow. Microsoft is gearing up to hold a Windows Insider meet-up on June 23 at the Prudential Center Microsoft Store in Boston.
The event will run from 1 p.m. through 4 p.m local time, and Microsoft fans will get a chance to meet and speak with Insider team members Jason Howard and Brandon LeBlanc. Of course, other Insiders will be in attendance, as will Windows Central Executive Editor Daniel Rubino.
The event looks like a fun way to connect not only with the Insider team from Microsoft but other members of the community as well. There will be plenty of Windows 10 discussion to be had, but Microsoft is also stocking up on food, drinks, prizes and other swag.
If that sounds like it's up your alley, you can RSVP for the event now to reserve your spot.
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