Microsoft opens up registration for the Edge Web Summit

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As promised, Microsoft is officially opening up registration for its annual Edge Web Summit today. Web developers interested in going to the summit can register right now and get to experience all the action live in Seattle. While Microsoft usually holds the Microsoft Edge Web Summit in San Fransisco, the software giant is moving the conference to Seattle this year.

At the Microsoft Edge Web Summit, the company’s leading web engineers will discuss all the new web features and web development tools that are available right now. Microsoft engineers will detail the new APIs that are available in Microsoft Edge, including things like WebVR, PWAs, and the recently-introduced CSS Grid support:

Microsoft Edge Web Summit is a free conference presented by the engineers building Microsoft Edge. The main track consists of 14 jam-packed technical sessions, covering everything from performance, accessibility, and test guidance, to brand-new tools and APIs for building Progressive Web Apps on Windows, adding payments and biometric authentication to your sites, and building modern layouts with new CSS features like CSS Grid.

If you are a web developer and you’re in the United States, there honestly isn’t any reason to miss out. The conference is completely free, so make sure you sign-up before all the seats are sold out.

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