50 new sessions with abstracts announced!
Pre-conference workshop popularity soars,
Show Off contest launches, microwaves and the
e-mail address direct to the content czar’s inner circle revealed. All in 10 minutes or less – it’s faster than defrosting last night’s leftovers!
Toby Richards, General Manager for Community Support Services and the MVP Program at Microsoft, is interviewed by
Ken Levy discussing the current state of the Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professionals) community and the roadmap for the MVP program and MVP summit.
XNA Team discusses the upcoming release Xbox LIVE Community Games where developers can make money selling games through Xbox LIVE community arcade (0 - 1:25)
- Windows Home Server releases
Power Pack 1 which includes a number of improvements...
Special guest star Jason Olson explains Open Space at PDC2008. The "Birds of a Feather" sessions were considered too structured and too boring. Enter Open Space, the new (to the tech industry) way to create ad-hoc
"un"-conferences. Open Space will be located in the main room right...
The Popfly team announced a number of updates including:
- A High score service for games
- Automatic Asset Prefetching. This will pre-load any supporting game files (images, videos, and audio) before the game starts for better, smoother performance.
- Rating System replaced...
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Countdown to PDC, where Jennifer Ritzinger, the PDC2008 Event Owner, and Mike Swanson, the PDC2008 Content Owner, share updates and behind-the-scenes stories about what it takes to produce a ginormous conference like
the PDC. Join them, along with other members of...
Mike Taulty recently uploaded and amazing collection of Silverlight 2.0 screencasts on how Silverlight works, controls, File IO, networking, UI design, data-binding,
interacting with HTML pages, and more. If you want to learn about Silverlight, this set of screencasts should definitely...
Daniel goes through the four key reasons why BSODs happen, how Windows allocates memory and how developers need to be careful when setting kernel mode memory. Daniel then goes through a real-world example of a faulty device driver and how to debug and
diagnose issues. Daniel also shows how to read...