Microsoft is Holding a WWDC 2016 Afterparty

Microsoft is Holding a WWDC 2016 Afterparty

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Microsoft has announced that it will be holding a WWDC 2016 following Apple's keynote.

Come and join Xamarin and Microsoft after the WWDC 2016 State of the Union. We’ll be providing food and drinks and chatting about iOS.

The event is open to those attending and not attending WWDC.

● WHO: All iOS & OS X devs are welcome! (even if you're not attending WWDC)
● WHEN: Monday, June 13, Starting immediately after the “State of the Union” (estimated 5:00)
● WHERE: Market St. & 9th St., 1355 Market Street, 3FL, San Francisco, CA 94103 (behind the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium)

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Microsoft's San Francisco office is home to the Outlook mobile team. You’ll be meeting with the developers building Outlook for iOS, the app The Verge recently called the “best email app for iOS” and getting a closer look on how Microsoft is reinventing itself on iOS.

But we’re not just about email. Microsoft is also building some of the most widely used productivity apps out there, with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneDrive all setting the gold standard on iOS. On top of that, we’re proud to include innovative apps in our family, like SwiftKey, one of the best keyboards for iOS out there, and MileIQ, ranked number 1 on the app store for Finance.

Whether it's Minecraft, Office, or Skype, we love building apps. We’re excited to get to talk about it with you.
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Microsoft is Holding a WWDC 2016 Afterparty
SayingWhatEveryone'sThinking - June 9, 2016 at 3:06pm
Microsoft making a move to ruin the iPhone now. Buying up the best apps and then ruining them too. Lucky for all of us, we don't have to install their apps.
ThinkingWhatEveryoneIsSaying - June 9, 2016 at 3:19pm
How can they ruin the phone they were expecting to do better in? As many people mentioned, Windows phone is dead, and what pushes that even further is Foxconn buying out Lumia's business for $350,000,000 and the sales hitting rock bottom near the end of 2015.
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - June 13, 2016 at 4:52am
Your post doesn't even make sense. Of course they were expecting to do well with the Windows phone, but they failed. It sucked. They bought Nokia and ruined everything they touched. Now they buy companies who make great apps, screw them up and slap a new name like Outlook onto it. Of course they're trying, but success isn't a guarantee. Most of us have moved to Apple products to get away from the terrible Microsoft products, but yet they now make apps for our Apple products that often suck and deserve to fail. They're damaging the user experience which would otherwise be more enjoyable. The world is better off without Microsoft.
ThinkingWhatEveryoneIsSaying - June 13, 2016 at 5:08am
My posts don't make sense yet you're still comprehending them. Despite that, I'm so with you on this one about the world being better off with Microaoft. Can't tell you how much I wish I had forgotten about Windows and only knew about OSX after giving it a chance the first time and already feeling blown away by it unlike Windows because of how I grew up with it as a kid.
TheElectroclassic - June 7, 2016 at 5:43pm
This is going to be interesting
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