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Speak now or forever hold your tees.

We love our community. Your ideas, opinions, and challenges are what shape all our decisions. From product enhancements to features to interface design and even conference speakers, we're happy when you're happy.

Now you have an important decision to make. Ninja, robot, or octopus?

What should the official Microsoft Ignite t-shirt look like? We're leaving it up to our community to decide. Head to the Microsoft Ignite Facebook page to vote for your favorite. Want to tip the competition? Encourage your pals to vote too. Be sure to follow us so you'll know when we announce the big winner. 

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Get ready for your trip to Ignite 2016 by jumping in to our TweetJam. From 10-11am PT on March 31, our team here at Microsoft will be asking questions and listening to what you want to help inform planning for Microsoft Ignite 2016. Help narrow down the genre and type of band for the attendee celebration, plan some meetups, and let us know what you think! Put a reminder on your calendar now for 10-11am on Thursday, March 31, and tag your tweets with #MSIgnite. 

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The Discussion

  • User profile image

    Hi! Loving that octopus.

    Couple questions--

    Will the shirts also come in women's sizes? Unisex does not, unfortunately, fit well, and I don't need yet another conference tee that languishes in my closet.

    Could you include instructions on how to make Twitter chats easier to follow (TweetChat, etc)?

    Much appreciated! Looking forward to chatting about Ignite.

  • User profile image

    What about if you find the ultimate first T-shirt from history of Microsoft event?

    But no matter how it looks like, please keep your focus on ethical. Do not buy the cheapest one only to get most biggest invoices for you. Please please, look at least a bit the quality and make sure it is not made in the factory where you never can stay a day.

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    Ron McMahon

    My frustration is that my t-shirt size is never available. Yeah, there aren't a lot of other people who are 6' 8" tall, but we exist and are discriminated against when companies only offer 2XL sizes. Yeah, I wear a 4XLT (T for Tall)

    Is it really all that difficult to accommodate this size, or is it that Microsoft just doesn't care enough?

  • User profile image

    I'm with BeckyB, would love to see these shirts in a women's version!!

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