Coming to the PDC? Looking for a way to maximize your time? I have just the idea for you. The truly unique thing about the PDC is the level of technical expertise in both the attendees and staff. We have gather some of the best staff to provide you with the rare opportunity to work One-on-One with real developers and architects at Microsoft directly on your problems. These sessions are designed to be custom-tailored just for you and your problem space.
I highly recommend you take full advantage of them!
Nominate yourself by emailing your contact info, lab choice(s) and time preferences to firstname.lastname@example.org
And tell them I sent you 😉
It’s time to ensure your existing
Common Language Runtime (CLR) Performance clinics
Join Rico Mariani (CLR performance architect) for a discussion around how to measure, troubleshoot and improve managed code performance. Come and learn about all the performance improvements in
Windows Error Reporting Analysis
For ISVs, when your application crashes an error gets sent to Microsoft; come and get access to those error reports from your applications and get assistance from Windows developers to fix the most common crashes in your application.
The developer portal, where the reports are stored, is a free service. Get first hand experience in analyzing this data.
C++ Porting Labs
Bring a subset of your C++ code -on the condition that this subset compiles and runs- and our