MIX10 has begun mixing, finally!

As you may or may not know by now, MIX is an annual event for designers and developers to learn about Microsoft’s broad web platform and tools. Designers and developers will learn about Microsoft’s broad web platform and tools that help bring together the clients, servers and cloud services needed for creating great rich web applications.

The Day 1 keynote and Day 2 keynote will begin at 9am PDT on Monday and Tuesday and will be delivered by Scott Guthrie, Joe Belfiore, Dean Hachamovitch, Doug Purdy, and Bill Buxton. These keynotes will be streamed live at the MIX10 website.

Immediately following each keynote (10:30am PDT), Channel 9 Live will begin streaming with a ton of live content throughout the day and a lot of special guests. You can check out the full Channel 9 Live schedule here and who will be stopping by!

You can submit questions through @c9live to be answered on Channel 9 Live throughout each day.

A full list of the sessions that will be covered can be found here

The highly anticipated MIX 10 Conference has started to mix Monday in Las Vegas

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