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Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in Skype for Business® (Lync®) | 0 comments

Lync Conference 2014

Lync Conference 2014

Lync Conference 2014 is taking place in Las Vegas on February 18th-20th 2014 at the iconic Aria Hotel & Casino Resort.



I’ll be speaking with John Lamb in two breakout sessions titled “The Lync Developer Platform – What is Possible? Overview for Non-developers“. Demos Guaranteed! The session times are:

Tuesday, February 18 2014 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

Wednesday, February 19 2014 4:30 PM – 5:45 PM

Also speaking from Modality Systems are Justin Morris, Tom Arbuthnot and Randy Wintle – don’t miss their sessions either!


I’ll also be attending other sessions as the conference is full of people who know Lync inside out, and I want to learn new things! Also, my employer, Modality Systems – who are a Silver Partner – will have a stand on the Expo Floor – #329. Come and say hello there, or find me at the Attendee Party!

Keynote – Live Blogging

I’ll be live blogging the keynote


See more photos on Flickr.

Tom Morgan works at Modality Systems as a software engineer. With a Computer Science degree and ten years development experience, his focus is on developing applications with and for Microsoft Lync. He works at Modality Systems on creating custom unified communication solutions for clients as well as building the LyncMe family of applications. In 2012 he took part in a collaboration project with Scott Hanselman to create LyncAutoAnswer and share it via GitHub. He is passionate about creating solutions that do amazing things with Microsoft Lync. His latest project is AutoAssist for Microsoft Lync – a free support tool for the Lync community.



Written by Tom Morgan

Tom is a Microsoft Teams Platform developer and Microsoft MVP who has been blogging for over a decade. Find out more.
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