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The Insider Dev Tour is for developers interested in building Microsoft 365 experiences (Windows, Graph, Office, Teams) today, using the latest dev technologies, as well as for those who want a peek into the future. If you can read code, this is for you, regardless if you are a beginner, an expert, a student, or a hobbyist developer.

The morning keynote session will give you a demo and code-focused overview of the new developer technology emerging from Redmond. It’s the best of Microsoft Build for Microsoft 365 developers. We’ll cover Windows, Graph, Office, AI, and more so that you are up-to-date and able to make informed decisions when choosing from the latest technology for your next project.

This is a 100 percent developer-focused event.

The tour is an opportunity to connect directly with leads and engineers from Redmond, as well as regional industry leaders and the community of Microsoft MVPs and RDs. We’re excited to meet you in person! #InsiderDevTour



Microsoft Austria

Europlatz 3, 1120 Vienna


Andreas Jakl

Andreas Jakl

Digital Healthcare & Smart Engineering lecturer @fh_stpoelten. community founder & event organizer. Microsoft MVP for Windows Development + Amazon AWS Educate Cloud Ambassador.


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Andreas Pollak

Andreas Pollak

Andreas supports customers developing software solutions on Microsoft Azure. He works a lot with Cosmos DB, .NET Core, Serverless Computing and Azure IoT. Andreas loves Visual Studio & DevOps, automates almost everything and likes to experiment with various other Azure Services. 


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Christian Nagel 

Christian Nagel 

Christian is book author, Microsoft MVP for Developer Technologies, software architect, developer, consultant, and trainer – developing solutions using ASP.NET Core, UWP, WPF, Xamarin, and Microsoft Azure


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Christoph Wille

Christoph Wille

Christoph is an independent consultant, supporting companies in everything Azure, Windows and Web (he was ASP.NET MVP for ten+ years). Aside from working on his own projects, he is also involved in other OSS projects, such as the .NET decompiler ILSpy.


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Gerwald Oberleitner

Gerwald Oberleitner

Gerwald works in the coolest group in Microsoft – the Technical Sales Unit focusing on DevOps, Cloud and OSS technologies for developers. With his 15+ years experience in the software and networking industry he is uniquely qualified to help customers and partners moving to the cloud. Gerwald is a Certified SCRUM master, strong advocate of the new and open Microsoft and loves to work with agile organizations regardless of platform or language used.


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Haroun Shehata

Haroun Shehata

Haroun is a software consultant at Tieto Austria with a passion for IoT, Machine Learning and Cloud Solutions. He enjoys experimenting with the latest technology especially in the .Net and Azure domain.


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Martin Ullrich

Martin Ullrich

Martin is a senior consultant at Tieto in Vienna, Austria. He loves to play with new technologies and open source software and sharing his learnings. 
Martin is an OSS contributor, speaker at community events and conferences and is a Microsoft MVP for Development Technologies. 

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Martina Grom

Martina Grom

Martina Grom works as Principal & is co-founder and CEO of and she is recognized as an expert in Microsoft Cloud Services solutions. Martina´s passion is cloud computing and cybersecurity. Martina is Microsoft MVP for Office 365 and she is also Microsoft Regional Director. 

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Thomas Gölles (TBC)

Thomas Gölles (TBC)

Thomas Gölles is a Team Lead for Workplace Solutions at Solvion. He has worked as a developer, architect, consultant and team lead through his career. As an active member of the SharePoint/Office365 community and Microsoft MVP in that area, Thomas is co-organizer of SharePoint Saturday Vienna, Office 365 Meetup Graz and Office 365 Meetup Vienna.


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Toni Pohl

Toni Pohl

Toni is co-founder and CTO at, a software development company and Microsoft Gold Certified partner, in Vienna, Austria. Toni loves playing with new technologies and developing cloud solutions and works as a consultant. Toni is author, blogger, speaker at community events and conferences and is Microsoft MVP for Azure and Office Development. 


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8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (1 Hour)

Registration check-in

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (1 Hour)

The best from Microsoft Build, condensed into a demo-filled and fun hour for developers.

Speaker: Gerwald Oberleitner

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM (30 Minutes)
Morning Break

10:30 AM - 10:55 AM (25 Minutes)
Introduction to Microsoft Graph Services

Microsoft Graph provides a unified programmability model that you can use to build apps for organizations and consumers that interact with the data of millions of users. You can use the Microsoft Graph REST APIs to access data in Azure Active Directory, Office 365 services, Enterprise Mobility and Security services, Windows 10 services, Dynamics 365, and more. We will spend the next 30 minutes exploring what you can do with the Microsoft Graph.

Speaker: Martina Grom

11:00 AM - 11:25 AM (25 Minutes)
Use your Dev Skills and Microsoft Graph to build Apps for Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is the hub for teamwork in Office 365. Many people know Microsoft Teams for its chat and meeting functionality. But did you know that you can use your development skills to build apps that will help your team, or whole company, be more productive in? From bots, to surveys, to embedded dashboards, we’ll cover how to use the skills you already have, plus the Microsoft Graph, to make Microsoft Teams work even harder for you.

Speaker: Toni Pohl

11:30 AM - 11:55 AM (25 Minutes)

Developing with the new Edge Browser

Big changes are coming for Edge with its move to a Chromium-based browser engine. The New Edge will not only be available for all desktop users (including Windows 7 and macOS), but will also bring changes in the way we write apps for Windows. From Web Views, to Electron, to PWAs, the new Edge browser is something all devs should care about.

Speaker: Andreas Jakl

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (1 Hour)

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM (30 Minutes)
After-lunch game and prizes

1:30 PM - 1:55 PM (25 Minutes)

What's new for the Command Line and Windows Subsystem for Linux

Windows 10 supports multiple command-line interfaces including WSL, CMD, and PowerShell, all of which build upon the Windows console. The Windows console has been updated throughout the years, but it’s time for a Big Change to help us all be more productive at the command line with a fresh and more capable command-line interface. Web and C++ cross-platform developers have also discovered how the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) enables them to use their Linux tools and workflows on Windows, giving them the best of both worlds. In this architecture and roadmap session, join us to learn about the new open source Windows Terminal, WSL 1, WSL 2, and how they together enable developers to be happier and more productive in the natural home of developers: at the command-line.

Speaker: Christoph Wille

2:00 PM - 2:25 PM (25 Minutes)

Productive Web Development with NodeJS and Microsoft Developer Tools

Did you know how productive you can be as a NodeJS developer on Windows 10? This fast-paced tips, tricks, and practices session walks you through some of the best and most interesting integrations with Visual Studio Code, Windows, and NodeJS, that will be sure to raise your developer productivity and enjoyment.

Speaker: Thomas Gölles (TBC)

2:30 PM - 2:55 PM (25 Minutes)

Myth busting PWAs: The New Edge Edition

We’ve heard a lot about Progressive Web Apps and what they can or can’t do. This session will walk through the top 10 myths around Progressive Web Apps and at the same time learn how to make great, productive experiences with the latest and greatest tools, the New Edge, and Microsoft Graph.

Speaker: Martin Ullrich

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM (30 Minutes)

Afternoon Break

3:30 PM - 3:55 PM (25 Minutes)

Build Embedded and IoT Solutions with Microsoft Windows IoT Core

Windows IoT is a family of products that enables rich edge devices and applications that can take full advantage of Azure IoT capabilities. We’ll explore the latest capabilities for Windows IoT, and then show how you can use all of your existing Windows development skills to create solutions ranging from fun hobby projects all the way through to critical Intelligent Edge solutions.

Speaker: Haroun Shehata

4:00 PM - 4:25 PM (25 Minutes)
Leverage the Power of Machine Learning on Windows

AI and ML are not just for data scientists! They are tools that you can leverage to add intelligence to your applications. This session will show you how you can quickly get started with Machine Learning through the lens of 3 ML solutions: Azure Cognitive Services, ML.NET, and Windows AI platform. Come and learn how others have unlocked potential with AI/ML and subsequently, how any developer like you can make Machine Learning a reality. 

Speaker: Andreas Pollak

4:30 PM - 4:55 PM (25 Minutes)

The Future is Now with ASP.NET Core 3.0

ASP.NET Core 3.0 is loaded with new features for building modern web applications and services. In this session, we'll show you how to use ASP.NET Core 3.0 to build beautiful and interactive web sites built using the latest technology.

Speaker: Christian Nagel



Want to attend the Insider Dev Tour, but not sure how to bring it up to your boss? Here’s a sample letter that will help you out. Just replace the text in [brackets]

Dear [my boss’s name],

I’d like to attend the Microsoft Insider Dev Tour on [date] in [city]. The Insider Dev Tour is Microsoft's free, single-day, local, developer-focused event, bringing the latest technology and practical knowledge from the people who build the products. The content for the event, alone, is worth the trip, but the ability to network with Microsoft employees, community leaders, and subject matter experts will help me in my work here.

Here are two ways in which my attendance at the Insider Dev Tour will strengthen [company name]: 

  • The presentations are relevant to my daily tasks and growth. I will get a view of the broad developer roadmap at Microsoft, and also deep dives into current practical and future-looking technologies for building Microsoft 365 applications using Windows desktop, Web, and Graph.

  • Networking with other attendees, community leaders, and Microsoft engineers is highly encouraged, so I can talk with people who have solved issues similar to those we run into.

The event is free, so all I need is a single day to attend. You can learn more about the event by visiting . Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns; I’d really like to attend this event!


[my name]