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Festive "Ask Me Anything" with Scott Hanselman

Tuesday 8th December
5pm GMT / 9am PST / 9.30pm IST
Watch live on Microsoft Learn TV

Join us for this Festive ‘Ask Me Anything’ livestream with Scott Hanselman and your host Chloe Condon, part of the Festive Tech Calendar brought to you by Cloud Family and Microsoft. Festive Tech Calendar is 31 days of tech content, wellbeing, and festive fun for developers & IT professionals, created by the tech community, for the tech community.

For this special “Ask Me Anything”, we invite you to submit your question about .NET, Visual Studio and Azure. You can use the #FestiveAMA hashtag on Twitter, or ask your question via live chat on Learn TV or Microsoft Developer on Twitch.

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Scott Hanselman is a coder, author, speaker and teacher. His day job is Partner Program Manager for .NET, Visual Studio and Azure at Microsoft. Scott is well known for his keynotes and talks at technical events inside and outside of the Microsoft Community. Today is your chance to ask those burning questions live.

Chloe Condon is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft. As a technical speaker, author and community leader, she usually travels all over the world speaking at technical events, but in 2020 has lit up livestreams and online events, particularly focusing on helping the next generation of students get into software development.

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Code of Conduct in Brief - be aware of others, be friendly and patient, be welcoming and respectful, be open to all questions and viewpoints, be understanding of differences, be kind and considerate to others.

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