Ipswich-based mobile and embedded technology software company, Coderus Limited, will be hosting a major Microsoft Build event at Adastral Park on Wednesday 30 March 2016. The event, which is free to attend, will run from 15.30pm to 19.00pm, and will be co-hosted by Innovation Martlesham, sponsored by BT and the IP Network. The afternoon will include product demos, networking opportunities and a live stream from San Francisco.
Microsoft Build is an annual developer conference which allows them to showcase their latest product innovations to the world. The 2016 event to be held in the Moscone Centre in San Francisco, highly anticipated announcements are expected for Windows 10, HoloLens VR headset, Azure cloud computing platform, Xbox, and much more.
Coderus is a part of Innovation Martlesham, a cluster of almost 80 high-tech ICT companies based at Adastral Park – BT’s Global and Development Headquarters – and is well positioned to host such an event. Their global client base has given them a strong reputation for high-quality software development for mobile applications and embedded technologies.
Mark Thomas, CEO of Coderus, said: “Following our success hosting the Google I/O event in 2015, we are delighted to welcome the ICT community and anyone with an interest in Microsoft products and development back to Adastral Park. The Microsoft Build event is the first in a series of events to be hosted by Coderus this year.” Local ICT businesses and individuals will find the Adastral Park event a great opportunity to gain valuable insight into the latest tools and technologies and the real world practical applications and impacts.
The event will kick off with short networking sessions with ICT professionals and interactive live demos of Microsoft Technology. Attendees will be invited into the 350-seated John Bray lecture theatre to watch a live stream broadcast of the keynote speeches, direct from San Francisco, after which Mark Thomas will host a specially selected panel for an open forum Q&A session to discuss the potential implications of the key announcements.
Nicky Daniels, Head of Innovation Martlesham, said: “We’re really pleased that Coderus is bringing this second global event to the Park. These events are very important to the region, bringing like-minded professionals together and the panel and audience discussions offer us real insight into what’s important to our local businesses.”
Kevin Woollard, Director Research Engagement and Operations at BT, added: “Adastral Park and BT are delighted to be co-sponsoring the Microsoft Build event together with the IP Network. This event builds on Adastral Park’s reputation as a global communications hub and gives local ICT businesses and individuals a fantastic opportunity to share in the buzz created by the developer conference in San Francisco.” More information and the link to register for the event can be found here. Registration closes on 27 March 2016.