We had a blast at the 2016 Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto, and from what we saw on Twitter, so did many of you.
Not only did we get business done at WPC, but we had a great time connecting person-to-person with all of you. From the Expo floor to the keynotes, WPC is always a great time for us to connect with partners and share insights for the year(s) to come.
The top Tweets from WPC 2016
You tweeted and shared with us all conference long about the things you saw and thought were most important. Here are some of the top tweets that show the excitement, fun, and innovation you experienced at WPC 2016:
1. Change is constant
A big theme at WPC 2016 was the fact that everything changes, all of the time. Kristen Lawrence and Einstein captured it perfectly:
For more on how Microsoft and the Microsoft Partner Network is changing along with customers, technology, and the industry as a whole, check out Channel Chief Gavriella Schuster’s blog from WPC 2016.
2. The future is now
Thanks to HoloLens, there was literally a full-size jet engine on stage at this year’s WPC. Missed it? Be sure to check out the keynotes on-demand—it’s something you’ve got to see.
Naturally, there was no shortage of displays in advances in AI at WPC.
3. Partners on-the-go
Our partners know how to have a good time, too. The partner-led a cappella group this year was absolutely fantastic—thanks again to all of our partners who performed!
With so much to see at WPC 2016, there’s no denying we all found a way to get our steps in. Did you know? Taking one step activates 200 muscles. Way to get your exercise, partners!
4. Trending at WPC
Like we said, our partners were all over social media sharing their experiences with us, and we couldn’t have been more excited about it. Be sure to share your experiences with us all year long at @msPartner.
And it seemed like everyone had something to say about Dynamics 365:
See you in 2017!
We hope you all had as much fun as we did in Toronto, and we can’t wait to see you in Washington, D.C. for WPC 2017! With WPC more popular than ever, WPC 2016 in Toronto sold out, so be sure to lock in your spot early.