Interoperability protocols plugfest set for March 25-27 in Taiwan

The Microsoft interoperability teams are hosting their next plugfest in Taipei, Taiwan on March 25-27, with the free event covering a broad range of topics including Windows Server, Office, and SQL Server and open protocols.

“A critical aspect of Microsoft product development is an ecosystem dedicated to shipping interoperable systems, and these plugfest-type events are a great opportunities to work closely with other vendors and open source communities, providing extensive documentation and sessions dedicated to testing and feedback,” writes Michael Bowman on the Openness@Microsoft blog.

Most sessions will be translated or delivered in Mandarin, he writes. For the complete agenda and event logistics, visit the event site. And to read more, head over to the Openness@Microsoft blog.

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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff