Microsoft opens registrations for September's Edge Web Summit

Microsoft has officially started accepting registrations for this year's Edge Web Summit, a conference for web developers to check out "what's next for Microsoft Edge." The free event itself is set to kick off on September 13 in Seattle.

The Edge Web Summit offers an opportunity for developers to attend sessions with, and bend the ears of, the engineers behind Microsoft Edge. Microsoft explains:

The main track consists of 14 jam-packed technical sessions, covering everything from performance, accessibility, and test guidance, to brand-new tools and APIs for building Progressive Web Apps on Windows, adding payments and biometric authentication to your sites, and building modern layouts with new CSS features like CSS Grid.

On top of the technical sessions, Microsoft says that engineers will be on hand to help developers find and squash bugs, as well as improve the efficiency of their code.

If you're interested and will be in the Seattle area on September 13, you can learn more and sign up at Microsoft's Edge Web Summit site.

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