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    Welcome to //BUILD

    This year’s BUILD conference is June 26-28 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.* This will be the first broad discussion and distribution of the next versions of Windows and Internet Explorer, and we hope to see many of you there!
    The IE engineering team will have seven presentations at BUILD focusing on techniques and tools for building fast, touch-friendly, and immersive sites that harness the power of Windows. If you are at the show, we would encourage you to attend any of the following:
    Session Title Summary
    2-066 New IE Developer Tools. F12 developer tools have been completely re-imagined for IE11.
    2-067 New Platform Capabilities for Advancing Web Development Learn how to take advantage of the latest Web technologies, interoperably.
    3-068 Web run-time performance Learn new techniques for analyzing and improving site performance.
    3-069 Web Compatibility and Same Markup Build sites that provide great experiences across modern browsers.
    3-071 Lighting up your site on Windows 8.1 Leverage the power of the Windows platform to create amazing sites.
    4-072 Hyper-fast Web graphics with WebGL Learn how to create sites that provide 3D graphic experiences for IE11.
    4-073 Inspecting & Debugging Using IE’s New F12 Developer Tools Deep dive on inspection of markup and debugging of JavaScript with the new F12 tools.

    As you can see, there are a lot of exciting new things coming in the next version of IE, and we will be sharing all of the details here on the here on the IE Blog. During the conference, you can also join the conversation on Twitter @buildwin, and for live updates on IE11, follow #IE11.-Kevin Miller, PM Lead, Internet Explorer


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    Thanks for the link! Good info.
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    Thanks ! Counting down !

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