The Professional Developers Conference (PDC) is November 17-19 in Los Angeles, and will be one of the best ways to get your fill of the latest developer tech:
I went last year (and just confirmed I can make it again this year) and it’s several intense days of conversations and content. You can get an idea of what’s in store by reviewing the session recordings from PDC 2008, available for free.
The Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions are a great way to connect with other attendees and build from each others’ experiences. ("What is a Birds-of-a-Feather Session?") A number of BOF sessions will be selected and scheduled throughout PDC.
Though some sessions have been scheduled, it’s not too late to propose a session idea of your own! Submissions are open through tomorrow (Friday 10/30) at 5PM PDT.
You can also follow BOF on Twitter.
The day before PDC (11/16) is an opportunity to attend a number of excellent paid pre-conference workshops on a variety of topics.
You can also sign up for a free Windows 7 Developer Boot Camp that’s open to everyone (not just people attending PDC.)
There’s a tiny window remaining to register for PDC with a $300 discount. Make sure you register by the end of Friday, 10/30.