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  • Blog Post: Making History. Again. PDC Heads to Redmond.

    Just announced, Microsoft welcomes the next Professional Developers Conference (PDC) to be held for the first time at their corporate headquarters in Redmond, WA, on October 28 and 29, 2010. http://www.microsoftpdc.com/ Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will keynote the event. Price is $1,000. Space is...
  • 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: PDC2008: We don't need no stinkin' badges!

    Countdown to PDC2008 : We don't need no stinkin' badges ! Yes you do-- if they’re PDC Badges! Collecting PDC Badges is the way for anyone attending PDC to capture their experience at the PDC conference. Just for showing up at registration you’ll receive the “I was there at Microsoft PDC2008 Badge”. If...
  • Blog Post: Academic Discount Still Available For PDC

    Are you a full-time college student or faculty member? Did you know the PDC offers a special academic rate for you? Contact the PDC Registration team at PDC2008@ustechs.com for more details!
  • Blog Post: Still waiting to get clearance to attend PDC?

    Use the Letter to Your Boss to explain how this is not the typical conference that is more boondoggle than substance. The PDC is where the best and brightest come together with the technical geniuses of Microsoft. You'll get your questions answered, get insight to the future of the Microsoft platform...
  • 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: 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: PDC2008 Comes Complete with a Hard Drive Chock Full o’Bits-a PDC Attendee’s Dream Come True!

    Countdown to PDC2008 : Maybe we’ve been a little too tight lipped about what we’re going to announce at the PDC this year. We’ve dropped a few hints with some of our recent guests on the show ( Amitabh Srivastava , Dave Campbell , Don Box and Chris Anderson , plus John Shewchuck ), but folks want to...
  • 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: The Brain gets more clever every day

    Earlier we told you about the brain you could ask questions and get PDC answers from....well the brain is learning and getting more clever. Go out to: http://www.askthebrain.net/ and pose a new question or two. Share your clever and witty responses!
  • Blog Post: Countdown to PDC2008: Early Bird Discount Ends August 15th

    Joan Hoshino, the PDC Business Owner, joins Mike and Jennifer this week to discuss the last chance to save $200 on the registration fee, we answer viewer’s questions, plus we unveil Mike’s Hard Hat Geek Challenge: Be the first to answer the puzzle correctly and win a Limited Edition PDC2008 Shirt!
  • Blog Post: Discount Ends Soon

    The $200 PDC2008 Early Bird discount ends on August 15th. Register now and apply that savings towards a Pre-Conference Session , cool trip to and L.A. ice cream spot and other yet-to-be-revealed Fun Fact Friday adventures.
  • Blog Post: Avoid Traffic and Explore Your L.A. Options

    Explore L.A. Metro options for getting around. Avoid traffic by taking the metro to the Sunset Strip . We’ll provide shuttles from the conference hotels to-and-from the L.A. Convention Center, but if you want to get to fun places take a little time to explore the trip planner and get to places like the...
  • Blog Post: PDC Attendee Tips from the Blogsphere

    Buzz on the Blogsphere (June 30th): Enjoy this humorous detailed post from Zach Bohham giving tips for attending PDC. We've taken the liberty to add a few notes/links to his list: 1. PDC sells out like no other Microsoft event ( register now and save $200). 2. Be sure to register for a pre-conference...
  • Blog Post: Register now and save $200

    PDC2008 registration is now live. Take advantage of the Early Bird discount and save $200 on your registration. Join us in Los Angeles October 27-30, 2008 and hear details about Microsoft’s services platform, the future of Windows, mobility and our next generation of developer tools. Register
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