PDC is a truly unique event for developers and architects that is built by developers and architects at Microsoft. Every week for the past five months the PDC team has met to create the unique 2008 experience. Lots of ideas get put on the table. We know
that PDC is more than sessions. We took a…
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.
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…
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!
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…
Learn where the brain has been since PDC05 in this exclusive interview with
Tina Wood. Discover what the brain likes to do when not developing software; why a jar and if it is a
With thousands of office workers to feed every day, downtown L.A has
no shortage of restaurants. But amid the scads of so-so places, there are some truly memorable lunches to be had. There’s no need to be stuck going to Subway, unless you really want to be. (Although if you do, you’re in luck…
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…
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Adam Kinney, the BadgeMaster.