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  • Blog Post: PDC Proceedings: New Resources for Session Consumption

    PDC2008 team member and author of Windows 7 Blog for Developers , announced the release of PDC Proceedings for the sessions held at PDC. If you weren't able to get to all the sessions you wanted to see this is a resource you will not want to miss! Videos of the PDC sessions are available and the PDC...
  • Blog Post: Supplement your PDC2008 Experience

    Supplement your PDC online or in-person experience by joining local and Microsoft Corporation subject matter experts for a 1-day MSDN Developer Conference held in one of 11 U.S. cities. Choose 4 sessions from 3 tracks or get your questions answered in the community courtyard. Take the time to connect...
  • Blog Post: PDC Sessions, Codes, Titles, PPTs: Oh My!

    Mike Swanson, PDC2008 Content Owner, has rolled up all the top questions into one new blog posting letting you know where to get all the details on PDC Sessions, Codes, Titles, PPTs and more. Check it out here .
  • Blog Post: Rick Rashid: A Researcher’s Researcher

    Countdown to PDC2008 : 17 years in the same job? Yep, Senior Vice President of Microsoft Research, Rick Rashid has been doing the same thing since the first day he joined the firm, and he’s still loving it. Listen to Rick talk about all of the cool innovation coming out of MSR, and he foreshadows his...
  • Blog Post: Sessions Times Posted

    Plan your PDC experience using the timeline view introduced on Thursday, October 16. This updated view of sessions allows you to navigate sessions based on day, time and location. Additionally: If you already have identified and selected sessions for your “My Sessions” group, look for those sessions...
  • Blog Post: Parallel Computing at Microsoft

    The manycore shift provides exciting opportunities for developers to create innovative natural and immersive computing experiences that harness the performance power of multi- and manycore processors. Multi- and manycore architectures have immediate applications in games, digital media, computer-aided...
  • Blog Post: Test your applications for compatibility on Windows 7 at PDC

    While you’re at PDC be sure to check out the Windows Application Compatibility and Quality Lab. This lab is available for you to test your applications for compatibility on Windows 7, and will be offered free of charge. The Windows Application Compatibility and Quality lab at PDC provides a private developer...
  • Blog Post: Sneak Peak at Live Platform Services

    Countdown to PDC2008 : What are the platform infrastructure details behind the Mesh technologies? Corporate Vice President of Live Platform Services, David Treadwell, will be spilling all the beans in his PDC keynote in just a few weeks, but in this Q&A he gives us a sneak peek. David explains how...
  • Blog Post: King of the Geeks, Scott Guthrie, Previews PDC Keynote

    Countdown to PDC2008 : As Corporate Vice President of the .NET Developer Division, Scott will be giving a talk on client development covering both Silverlight and WPF at the PDC. What else does the 6’4” Dev Div chief chat about in this quickie interview? Silverlight 2, jQuery, and so much more. Plus...
  • Blog Post: PDC Buzz is amping up on the Blogosphere

    Things are heating up a bit. Have you heard the latest buzz on the blogosphere re: PDC2008? " By the time we finish our PDC, there will be nobody out there with a wider range of Cloud Computing services as Microsoft ." - Steve Ballmer Amazon announced that their could platform will soon support Windows...
  • Blog Post: 25 New Sessions Posted

    Mike Swanson, PDC Content Owner, just posted some of the last session titles to go live before the PDC. The rest will be unveiled after the keynotes! Take a look at Mike's latest blog posting to get the full scoop.
  • Blog Post: Prepare for PDC2008 with Visual Studio Team System 2010 Week on Channel 9

    All week long the Channel 9 team will be bringing you demonstrations of Visual Studio Team System 2010 along with in-depth interviews with the product team. Click here to read about all of the details, including the schedule of upcoming content. Perfect prep for PDC2008!
  • Blog Post: Symposia at PDC: Parallel Computing and Getting Your Head in the Cloud

    Countdown to PDC2008 : The chair of the PDC Symposia joins Mike and Jennifer this week to talk about the detailed workshops that will be offered on the last day of the conference. Parallel Computing – A Detailed Look at How Multi-Core Architectures will Unleash Computing Power and Enable Innovation and...
  • Blog Post: Unveiling Windows 7 to the World: Keynote, Sessions and Pre-Beta Bits

    Be one of the first to get a look at Windows 7. Steven Sinofsky, Senior Vice President, Windows and Windows Live Engineering Group , will keynote on Tuesday, October 28. Windows 7 is the next major version of the Windows client operating system. With Windows 7 at PDC2008 you will see advances across...
  • Blog Post: Four New Keynote Speakers Announced

    In our first keynote at PDC2008 Ray Ozzie will talk about the new world of Software Plus Services, with Bob Muglia joining him, to unveil our new Cloud Computing platform. In a second keynote, Ray will return to talk about building immersive user experiences and introduce Steven Sinofsky , who will...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Two Symposia at PDC2008

    Each symposium consists of three related sessions on the last day of PDC, and they provide much more detail about two key topics covered throughout PDC. A Parallel Computing symposium extends the PDC discussion to how multi-core architectures will significantly increase available computing power and...
  • Blog Post: Extending the Data Platform to the Cloud

    Countdown to PDC2008 : Dave Campbell, a Microsoft Technical Fellow and SQL Server guru, talks about what his group has been working on and what they will be unveiling at the PDC . Dave is giving a session on data-driven applications that go from the device to the cloud, and the all important reduction...
  • Blog Post: Vice President of Cloud, Infrastructure, & Services talks about coming out party

    Countdown to PDC2008 : Amitabh Srivastava, Corporate Vice President of Cloud, Infrastructure, & Services joins Mike and Jennifer to talk about what his team will be revealing at PDC (well, he can’t really say that much yet – you’ll just have to go to the PDC to find out his news). An 11 year Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Did somebody say Agile PreCon at PDC?

    When Dilbert talks about being "Agile," you know it has become main stream. This is also evident from the increased adoption of agile techniques and practices in the software development industry. Mary and Grigori just finished their duties has the program chair of the recently concluded Agile Conference...
  • Blog Post: John Shewchuk Talks About Ushering in the Next Generation Computing Platform

    Countdown to PDC2008 : Technical Fellow, and longtime PDC veteran, John Shewchuk joins Mike and Jennifer to talk about his session at PDC. What’s the scoop? He’s going to explain how easy it is to take your apps, using Microsoft’s collection of services, and make them better and easier to build than...
  • Blog Post: Buzz on the Blogosphere: PDC is the end of the beginning and where the real journey starts.

    Mary-Jo Foley, one of the most viewed bloggers in the IT industry, dedicated two blog posts to discuss Live Mesh and Oslo in the last week. Mary-Jo is also connecting dots with the new sessions revealed this week. Gill Cleeren writes ,"It now really cannot be denied anymore: PDC will be THE event to...
  • Blog Post: More Sessions Announced!

    We just published over 50 new sessions on our way to over 200 total sessions at the main event in October. Hear how the NBC Olympics site was built and about lessons learned. Learn what’s in store for the future of ASP.NET. Have some fun with XNA and game development, or go in-depth with IronRuby. Other...
  • Blog Post: Session Update Coming and Early Bird Discount Ends Soon

    This week's Countdown to PDC reveals a little more than before. Leaking a little bit about the upcoming session update next week. Surface, SharePoint, Live Platform, Identity, Mesh, SQL Server 2008, Exchange, Ad Platform, Office Communication Server, Windows 7, Open XML, Silverlight, ASP.NET, Oslo, Virtualization...
  • Blog Post: Of the Developer, For the Developer, By the Developer = Don Box and Chris Anderson

    Countdown to PDC2008: Clothing optional keynotes, comparisons to the pains of childbirth, the joys of sharing an office, how to give a 90 minute speech minus PowerPoint and only writing 130 lines of code, and why PDC is the most special developer conference on the planet . . . this is one amusing show...
  • Blog Post: All Eyes on the Engineering Windows 7 Blog and more from the Blogosphere

    Yes. The Engineering Windows 7 blog is getting a lot of attention. Robert Scoble blogged about some organizational changes in the Windows Client team that could positively impact Windows 7. He also refers to PDC and the Windows 7 announcements to be made at the conference: "I’m hearing that there’s some...
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