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OpenXmlDeveloper.org is Shutting Down

There is a time for all good things to come to an end, and the time has come to shut down OpenXmlDeveloper.org.

Screen-casts and blog posts: Content on OpenXmlDeveloper.org will be moving to EricWhite.com.

Forums: We are moving the forums to EricWhite.com and StackOverflow.com. Please do not post in the forums on OpenXmlDeveloper.org. Instead, please post in the forums at EricWhite.com or at StackOverflow.com.

Please see this blog post for more information about my plans moving forward.  Cheers, Eric

Shanghai Interop Dev Days 2015

Shanghai Interop Dev Days 2015

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You’re Invited to Shanghai Interop Dev Days 2015!

Developer Event. Students, professionals, and coders welcome.  

Two Days. October 20 - 21, 2015 

Shanghai Marriott City Center  

Free. Register Now!

Join Us

Microsoft Office’s user base is over 1.2 billion strong and represents one of the most strategic developer surface areas. Be competitive and learn how to innovate with the Office 365 developer platform, access our user base through the Office Store, and develop using OData.

In an increasingly connected world, OData (the Open Data protocol) provides powerful, standards-based connectivity and interoperability for Web APIs, and as an open industry standard for RESTful APIs. OData is widely adopted by companies such as SAP, Salesforce and Microsoft. Learn how to build OData APIs and apps to easily integrate with their services and applications.


Get up to speed on the latest developer technologies from Office, learn about OData, and collaborate with Microsoft experts. Coverage includes O365 APIs, Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint Add-ins, Exchange and SharePoint protocols, and Office file formats. Gain insight into OData’s features, dive deep into protocol specifications, and get hands-on experience on OData frameworks and applications.



Connect with Microsoft and other developers. Build new apps or work on existing apps at the event. Interoperate with one of the fastest growing Microsoft productivity platforms and develop new solutions.


No experience necessary. Developers recommended. Students and professionals encouraged.


Register Today!



Questions? Plugfests@Microsoft.com

More Information? http://Blogs.msdn.com/OfficeInteroperability

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