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October 16, 2014 at 9:38 AM

Microsoft sets dates for its upcoming big tech conferences

Microsoft on Thursday announced the dates for its upcoming big tech conferences, including for Ignite, its new unified enterprise tech gathering.

Microsoft Ignite, which brings together formerly separate conferences such as the Management Summit, the Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, Project, and TechEd conferences – will be held May 4-8 in Chicago. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will keynote a conference that also includes leaders such as Brad Anderson, Joe Belfiore, Dave Campbell, Peggy Johnson, Chris Jones, Julie Larson Green, Gurdeep Singh Pall and others, according to a Microsoft blog post.

Other conferences for the year include:

Convergence, for business leaders, March 16-19 in Atlanta.

Build, for independent third-party developers, April 29-May 1 in San Francisco.

Worldwide Partner Conference, for partners,  July 12-16 in Orlando.

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