Programming Language and Component Developers at the PDC

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or component developer going to the PDC you may find this

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style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial">Next week, in = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /> w:st="on">Los Angeles at the
Professional Developers Conference (PDC) , Microsoft will be describing major
changes planned for both Visual Studio and the Windows operating
system.  The conference ends on Thursday afternoon with a panel discussion
about programming languages.  In conjunction with this, the Common Language
Runtime team will be sponsoring a lunch in the Programming Languages and Tools
Track Lounge from 11:30am to 1:30pm on Thursday, October 30.  We’ve invited
the members of the language panel as well as language and library designers
within Microsoft to join us. 
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we’ll take the opportunity to give a very (very, very) brief presentation on
some of the implications these changes have for programming languages and
libraries.  We’ll also describe a meeting being planned for mid-February or
early March for detailed technical follow-up in this area.
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you are attending the PDC.  And if you can’t make it, we’d like to hear
from you by email — send a note to href="">

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