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Visual Studio 2019 Launch "Event-in-a-Box"

April 2nd, 2019

Visual Studio 2019 is here! On April 2nd we broadcasted a full day of awesome Visual Studio 2019 technical content to celebrate the launch and get you up to speed with all the new features. This repo contains creative and technical content for running a local launch event or watch party in your community.

If you are interested in running a local event or watch party between April 2 and June 30, please make sure you let us know by filling out this survey: We will advertize your event on the local events page.

Event Guidelines

You are free to organize a watch party to view the online broadcast live and/or organize a presentation, workshop, or hack-a-thon anytime until June 30. The technical content needs to be Visual Studio 2019 related. Topics can include but aren't limited to: Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac latest versions, .NET, C++, DevOps, cloud development with Visual Studio & Azure.

Technical Content

The Technical folder contains the technical content from the event. Relevant demos are linked to in the decks.

Creative & Social Copy

The Creative folder contains creative banners and images you can use to advertise the Visual Studio 2019 launch and your local events. You may use these banners to advertize the main event itself, or your local events in your community. You may add your local meetup name, location and dates to these images. You may not change the Visual Studio 2019 launch event branding. Please contact if you have any questions.

Please help us promote the Visual Studio 2019 launch on social media! On Twitter, use the hashtag #VS2019.

Note: This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ.

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