Microsoft’s June Valley Speaker Series Focuses on the Benefits Of Visual Studio .NET

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 4, 2002 — On Tuesday, June 11, Microsoft Corp.’s Silicon Valley Speaker Series will feature Tom Button, corporate vice president of Developer Tools at Microsoft, who will discuss the benefits of the newest version of the Microsoft® Visual Studio® tool set: Visual Studio .NET.

Button’s presentation will address the ways in which Visual Studio .NET enables businesses to take advantage of existing investments in skills, technology and people to address today’s most pressing application development challenges. In addition to giving a live demonstration of Visual Studio .NET, Button will highlight customers that have recently built and deployed applications using Visual Studio .NET.

The Silicon Valley Speaker Series, held monthly at the Microsoft Silicon Valley campus, is part lecture and part interactive forum in which company executives and industry observers address a variety of technologies, trends and topics relevant to the fast-moving high-technology world.

Who: Tom Button, corporate vice president of Developer Tools at Microsoft

What: June Valley Speaker Series:
“Visual Studio .NET — Beyond Web Services”

When: Tuesday, June 11

12:30 to 2 p.m. PDT

A complimentary lunch will be provided from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The presentation will begin at 12:30 p.m.

Where: Microsoft’s Mountain View campus
Bldg. 1, Conference Center
1065 LaAvenida
Mountain View, Calif.

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