The conversation is happening now and here are the highlights: Andrew Connell: "Azure, VS10, Win7... PDC2008 ROCKS!!!!"
John Osborn: "Applause for multiple WebConfig files to support dev and deployment scenarios..."
Robert Hallock: "Steve Sinofsky demonstrated a build of…
Windows 7 was demoed for the first time this morning at PDC 2008. Even if you attended the Keynote you can't miss
this recap wrote by Ed Bott full of
screenshots and details about the cool features of the new OS.
Microsoft announced this morning that the next release of Microsoft Office will include “lightweight”, browser-based versions of some of its main office software products - Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote (read
the full story). Here is what people are saying:
Joel Oleson thinks this is a…
Earlier this morning, Ori Amiga has joined Treadwell on stage, showing a "Meshfied" photo application automatically synching files between different machines and mobile devices . Live Mesh will have a broader beta starting later this week, with new features
and support for Macs and…
Get an inside scoop on Windows 7 and what the community is saying after the recent PDC 2008 announcements and demos. Follow the live blogs
8 Live Bloggers (Ed Bott, Paul Thurrott, Kip Kniskern, Mary Jo Foley, Rafael Rivera, Tom Warren, Todd Bishop, and Long Zheng).
Richard MacManus was among a small group of people who had a roundtable today with Microsoft executives Ray Ozzie, Bob Muglia and Amitabh Srivastava. The topic of conversation was
Microsoft Azure, the cloud computing operating system
announced earlier today. Richards asked Ray Ozzie…
This morning, Ray engaged audience members by reminding them that Microsoft executives "viscerally understood" that for the company to be successful, developers also had to be.
Microsoft Watch considered Ray's keynote "refreshing and down-to-earth. His early delivery was…
Get the details about Windows Azure and other technologies announced this morning from the live blogs
CNET or the community live blogging session done by Long Zheng, Ed Bott, Paul Thurrott, Kip Kniskern, Mary Jo Foley, Rafael Rivera, Tom Warren, and Todd Bishop directly from the fist…
Last Fri, Microsoft posted the "Windows 7 Software Logo Program for Client." The 58K document is a quick download if you're curious, and can be found
Charlie Azman blogged about the move. Is Microsoft trying to get the Windows 7 'buzz' going early? Or maybe, just maybe,…