DEVELOPING THE FUTURE
A blog for PA and NJ tech students and faculty
Lindsay Lindstrom is an Academic Developer Evangelist with Microsoft based in Pennsylvania. In 2005, she graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California. During her time at USC, she worked with ABC and Wells Fargo supporting their web properties. In her current role she educates, excites and empowers students and faculty about technology and its career possibilities, and she loves her job!
Register today and you’ll get the best of the PDC in your own backyard and hear all of the exciting announcements around the Azure Services Platform and Windows 7.
The Cost? Just $99. And, did we mention that attendees will get some cool giveaways?
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The MSDN Developer Conference will not only WOW you with the coolest sessions from the PDC but you will also be in the running to win one of 3 Lego NXT Robotics Kits and the WROX Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio book. Other giveaways include a Gamer Backpack filled with the latest XBox games and a Mobility Backpack full of cool hardware.
As good as the sessions are, there's always more to explore and discuss. At MDC, you'll have a chance to step into the Community Courtyard and choose what to talk about, based on your interest and passion for the subject.
Running in tandem with the presentations is an open discussion area where you will choose the subjects and the participants. Whether you want to mingle with the presenters, talk about an MDC session, a related subject or something else you have the opportunity. Borrowing from Open Space Technology and other forms of open, community-driven discussion, using fishbowls and free-for-alls, this area is yours.
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Facebook - Join the group
Twitter - follow the feed
Flickr - post your MDC pictures
del.icio.us - share your bookmarks
Twemes - global twitter tags
Como dice este post , los asistentes del MSDN Developer Conference van a recibir la beta 1 de Windows