Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2015 Coverage

Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2015 Coverage

Beginning next week Microsoft will be hosting their annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando, Florida.

This event brings together Microsoft’s partner community from all over the globe for networking and learning about the latest technology offerings from the Redmond company.

Rod Trent and I will be onsite at the Orange County Convention Center beginning Sunday to provide you live coverage of all the happenings. 

We will be providing live commentary and images during the above keynotes on Twitter, see below for our account info, along with site coverage of other side sessions, news and product announcements from some of Microsoft’s partners who will be in attendance.

If you have a question about anything during WPC let us know in the comments and we will work to get an answer for you while we are there.

Follow along during WPC 2015 - Rod on TwitterRich on Twitter.

Currently there are two vision keynotes scheduled:

Keynote 1

Our Journey Together

Monday, July 13 from 8:45am - 11:45am

Expected Speakers: Satya Nadella, Phil Sorgen, John Case, Julia White, Terry Myerson, Scott Guthrie  

Description: Hear Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Channel Chief Phil Sorgen, and other senior Microsoft executives share our vision for the coming year and beyond.

Keynote 2

Achieving More Together

Wednesday, July 15 from 8:45am - 11:30am

Expected speakers: Gavriella Schuster , Kevin Turner, Phil Sorgen, Steve Guggenheimer , Pip Marlow, Brad Smith   

Description: Hear from Microsoft COO Kevin Turner, Channel Chief Phil Sorgen and other senior Microsoft executives on how we can help our partners achieve more and how we can all achieve more together in the coming year.

Microsoft will live stream both of these keynote events on their WPC 2015 site at

But, wait...there's probably more so be sure to follow me on Twitter and Google+.

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