Here is another draft - still trying to figure out about what 3 session we'll do on .net 2.0, we have an excellent session on Data Binding which everyone must attend (you wouldn't believe how much code you can save if you exploit the framework like you should).

WINFX Overview
Windows Presentation Framework Part 1 - Getting to know the key concepts of the next generation UI Technology
Windows Presentation Framework Part 2 - Interoperability with Windows Forms
Windows Communication Foundation Part 1 - Introduction
Windows Communication Foundation Part 2 - Moving to WCF from Current Technologies
Windows Workflow Foundation Part 1 - Introduction
Windows Workflow Foundation Part 2 - Integrating WWF into your current projects
Creating a Multi-Tier Application Using VSTO 2005
Programmability Improvements in Office 2007
Team System - Managing your daily and automated build
Team System - An In-Depth Look at Team Foundation Version Control
Team System - How to effectively test your application
Team System - End To End Application Life Cycle Management
Shaping Team Foundation for your Environment; Customization and Extensibility
From SQL Express to SQL Server Data Center Edition - The developer Perspective
SQL Server Development Technologies
The .NET Language Integrated Query Framework: An Overview
Using the .NET Language Integrated Query Framework with Relational Data
Advanced Windows Form Data Bindings - How to exploit .net 2.0 advanced binding features and write less code
Advanced Windows Form Topics - Part 2 (not finalized)
Advanced ASP.NET 2.0 - Part 1 (not finalized)
Advanced ASP.NET 2.0 - Part 2 (not finalized)
Clemens TV
Leveraging extensions in VS as a platform for your developers
Microsoft Integration Technologies: When to Use What
Threat Modeling
Secure Application Development
Dogfooding Team System:  How Microsoft  uses Team Foundation to build Team Foundation

There are more sessions for developer on other tracks like Mobility and Architecture that I'll post later on.

Any comments will be appreciated.