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Registration opens for Microsoft's 2015 Worldwide Partner Conference

Microsoft has opened registration for their 2015 Worldwide Partner Conference. The WPC is a chance for Microsoft to talk about their upcoming initiatives with their many third-party partners. This year's conference will take place July 12-16 in Orlando, Florida.

Major events during the conference will include the US General Session on July 14 and more, according to Microsoft:

Just like last year at WPC 2014 in Washington, DC, we are creating unforgettable experiences for you in Orlando. In addition to the conference agenda, I want to highlight two key events for you. Firstly, on the afternoon of Tuesday, July 14, we will deliver our US General Session at the Orlando Convention Center. Secondly, that evening you will enjoy a spectacular celebration hosted by the US Leadership team at the world-renowned Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort. I will share more about the content for the general session soon—I can assure you it will be a captivating, must-attend session.

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15 Comments
  • Wont be there this year... #Shame...
  • Hope to go there
  • Ahhhhh memories of Windows Phone Central.....Sniff!!!! :p
  • They budget me for one conference a year. Hmmm...
  • Man I told my wife about going to Disney (we just went Oct) she said sure :)  lol, now to tell her whe will be without me and tasked with kids by hersefl during MWC....
  • LOL good luck with that conversation
  • Don't do it, man.
  • You is savage bruhhhhh
  • She said maybe :)
  • Hope that I'll be there
  • Hurray I love here
  • Umph.... Next year for sure.
  • waiting for Microsoft to show more integrated features for windows 10
  • Anything related to Windows will do :)
  • So disappointed in the Ignite conference for so many reasons... Not the best city choice, paying an extra $500 for a "special" lounge (and no confirmation that the alumni lounge from TechEd will still exist), and making the closing party 21+ when previous TechEds have had family friendly closings. The WPC sounds like a better setup. The only conference series that felt even better was the Mix conferences in Vegas.