JetBrains at // BUILD
JetBrains will be exhibiting at Microsoft’s upcoming // BUILD conference. Like everyone else attending, we’re also eagerly awaiting to see what Microsoft has in store for us.
We will also be showing some new things at our booth and support for the latest technologies, both for Web Development as well as Rich client development such as XAML. So make sure to stop by, say hello and pick up a T-Shirt (Yep, we’ll also have Dead Code ones).
See you there!
Update: Sorry guys, no t-shirts this time. Logistics failure. Still, you’re pretty much welcome to the booth for a chat with Hadi, Brian, and Slava: the guy who owns the live template subsystem in ReSharper.
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