We are announcing the process to begin the retirement of the MSDN Code Gallery.
This post was written by [April Speight_](https://twitter.com/vogueandcode), Senior Program Manager, Interactive Features._
The MSDN Code Gallery has served as the platform for browsing and submitting developer sample code. However, we have come to recognize areas of improvement for the code gallery experience to include:
Given the recent launch of the new code samples experience, we are beginning the process to retire the MSDN Code Gallery.
Please note that as of today, the MSDN Code Gallery is in Read Only mode. You will not be able to submit new samples, requests or edit existing samples with the exception of a new field created to share the new location of your code sample.
If you did not submit code samples to the MSDN Code Gallery, then there is no further action for you to take. However, if you submitted code samples to the MSDN Code Gallery, you can prepare by completing the following steps below:
Please note that we will not be redirecting your code to other locations automatically. After the deadline, we will export all code samples into an archived GitHub repository. A link to the archived GitHub repository will be provided in a later post after the MSDN Code Gallery is retired.
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