Simon Wåhlin to present at The Insider Dev Tour

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Simon Wåhlin to present at The Insider Dev Tour


Yiiihaa! Finally the The Insider Dev Tour arrives to Stockholm, on the 15:th of June. Simon Wåhlin, PowerShell Hero and Microsoft MVP, who works as Chief Technical Architect at Advania will present as a Speaker.


What is The Insder Dev Tour?

Each year after Microsoft Build, Microsoft run a world-wide developer event to bring all the latest Microsoft 365 technology to the  community - called The Insider Dev Tour. 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.

Africa Mauritius, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa
Asia / Pacific Australia, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan
Europe Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Spain, St Petersburg, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom
North America Canada (Toronto) and United States (Colorado, Florida, Giorgio, Massachusetts, New York, Texas, Utah, Washington DC)
South America Brazil, Chile, Colombia


Who is it for?

  • This is a 100 percent developer-focused event

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.


Simon’s session:


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: Simon Wåhlin


How and when?


June 15th, 2019


8:00am - 6:00pm

Tickets and more information: