The Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) will be held on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, October 28th and 29th. The in-person event is sold out; however, you can still participate online via live streaming and real-time Q&A.
This year’s announcements will focus on using Microsoft’s developer frameworks and tools to connect your desktops and devices to the next-generation of cloud services. Steve Ballmer and Bob Muglia will keynote the event.
The ground-breaking online broadcast will include live streaming of the keynote, as well as concurrent live streaming of sessions.
§ Live and on-demand streaming will be presented in high-definition (720p) through Silverlight's Smooth Streaming technology.
§ Dual-screen view of speaker and their demos/code, with screen pinning and the ability to tag and bookmark video content.
§ Live, multi-language audio translation (French, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese) and live closed captioning in English.
§ Unprecedented online interaction - inline Twitter client, real-time polling and live Q&A with product teams and experts.
Join the excitement starting at 9:00 am PST on October 28th. No registration is required. All content is free and available for viewing live and on-demand. Recorded and presentation content will be available for download approximately 24 hours after recording.
Start planning your PDC10 schedule today
The PDC session guide is now live. Browse the sessions and plan your viewing schedule.
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About the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference Since 1991, the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) has been the epicenter of Microsoft’s biggest platform announcements. Sessions are highly technical, and delivered by the technology leaders and teams that conceived and built the technologies. If you’re an advanced developer, architect or technology leader involved in making strategic technology decisions for your company or organization, you can’t afford to miss the PDC. Learn more at microsoftpdc.com.