Arana Software Founder to speak at Microsoft Build

Jay Harris speaking on a community discussion panel during Microsoft Build

LAS VEGAS - nvtip -- Arana Software founder Jay Harris will appear as part of a panel of speakers at Microsoft Build on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. Harris will join Andy Mallon, Fabian Williams of Adotob, and Heather Downing of Okta on a panel of Microsoft Most Valuable Provessional (MVP) awardees to discuss community involvement and efforts to use technology for social good.

The session, titled "Connect with Microsoft U.S. and Your Local Dev Community," will begin at 1:00 PM PDT and run until 3:00 PM PDT. Other speakers appearing during the session include Matthew Calder (Microsoft), Mary-Jo Diepeveen (Microsoft), Scott Emigh (Microsoft), Jeff Fattic (Microsoft), Nills Franssens (Microsoft), Ryan Heerwagen (Capital One), Karen Juhl (Microsoft), Crystal Kelch (Microsoft), Molly McCarthy, Ed Mullin, Nitya Narasimhan, Andres Padilla (Microsoft), Jared Rhodes (QiMata Technologies LLC), Francois Smith (Microsoft), Nina Sui, and Patrick Thomas (Microsoft).

Microsoft's Build Conference is being held Tuesday, May 19th through Wednesday, May 20th with CEO Satya Nadella delivering the keynote address on Tuesday. The conference is being streamed on Microsoft's website and is free to attend. People can register at

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Jay Harris is a software consultant, international speaker, and founder of Arana Software. He
has been developing on the web since 1995. Through his collaboration and contributions to
software development, he has been recognized as a Microsoft Regional Director, an
ASPInsider, and as a seven-time Microsoft MVP. Recognizing that the bottleneck to great
software is a developer's time, Jay focuses on frameworks, modules, tools, and practices that
make developers stronger, fitter, happier, and more productive.
About Arana Software
Arana Software is a software consulting agency that provides a mindful blend of business and marketing implemented through the effective creation of software. Our focus is on collaborating the human element of building the right thing with the technical element of building the thing right, marketing ideas and bringing ideas to market.

Christina Aldan

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