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Microsoft imports its professional development conference from the US

Microsoft is importing its Professional Developer Conference from Denver Colorado to Birmingham and is advising IFAs to book early as the US event attracted over 6500.


The conference which promises the best bits of the US version takes place on December 4.


The one-day event will focus on application development within Windows 2000. Microsoft says the new system will make it easier to write business application codes.


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