Hey, check it out, we just opened the PDC 2005 registration, be the first to get a in!
And of course Channel9 has some cool stuff including how to get to the PDC for free..
Check out the agenda… we posted a very small sampling of the talks we plan to do at the PDC… I’d love your feedback on those.. In general for the PDC we stay future looking (1-2 years out) and deeply technical. Our goal is to give talks that only the product team can give.. This makes PDC a very unique event in the industry… While we are focused on shipping Whidbey, we have some clear thoughts on the future of the platform we will share with you.
Some comments on a few specific sessions
IE7 Overview — What's New for Developers in IE7 Find out what they are talking about here: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/ I am using IE7 on my LH box now and it is cool stuff!
Future Directions of ASP.NETAnd we don’t mean .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 ;-) The ASP.NET folks have some very cool ideas on how web apps are evolving.. You gotta see this..
Deep Integration of Relational Data and XML in Your .NET Programming LanguageC# 3.0 Language InnovationsVisual Basic Language InnovationsI am not going to give anything away here, but sufficed to say, this three talks are very related and point to a direction post Whidbey…
Deep Dive on Windows Architecture Futures I am personally looking forward to this… we have a small group of very experienced architects for windows that will talk a bit about the multi-year vision for the OS from an architecture level…
What's New in "Office 12" and Windows SharePoint Services "v3"Getting this level of developer content out about Office well before it ships is unprecedented. I think developers will be pleased with Office 12….
Framework Design Guidelines: The Art of Building a Reusable Class Library And you don’t want to miss this FULL-DAY precon. Krzysztof Cwalina and I will personally be giving this session… If you liked what you saw in the Designing .NET Class Libraries talks, you will LOVE this. Please sign up for the precon, it is worth coming a day or so early if you are building reusable libraries for .NET….
And there will of course be PLENTY of sessions on WinFX… We didn’t bother to list them all here, but Indigo and Avalon each have many deep sessions for developers to get ready to build the nextgen apps.
What sessions catch your fancy? What seems to be missing?