The MSDN Developer Conference is coming…Are you ready?


The nature of software development is radically changing... Are you ready?

Prepare yourself for a demanding future. Attend the MSDN Developer Conference.

  1. Experience Microsoft’s Cloud Computing Platform
    Create applications that seamlessly bridge the gaps between PC, Web, and phone
  2. Be among the first to see Windows 7
    See the latest advances in Multi-Touch Application Development
  3. Take your .NET skills to the next level
    See sessions on WPF 4.0, Silverlight 2, ASP.NET 4.0, Parallel Programming, Live Mesh and more

The Cost? Just $99.
And did we mention that attendees will get some cool giveaways?

Check out the session line up

Cloud Services Client and Presentation Tools, Languages and Framework
Lap Around Cloud Services Windows Presentation Framework (WPF) Roadmap The Future of Managed Languages: F#, C#, and Visual Basic
Developing and Deploying Your First Cloud Services Developing Data-centric Applications Using the WPF DataGrid and Ribbon Controls A Lap Around "Oslo"
A Lap Around the Live Framework and Mesh Services Building Business Focused Applications using Silverlight 2 "Rosario": A Sprint with the Next Version of Microsoft Visual Studio Team System
Developing Applications Using Data Services ASP.NET 4.0 Roadmap Parallel Programming for Managed Code Developers









Register for a city near you…

Date City
12/9/08 Houston, TX
12/11/08 Orlando, FL
12/16/08 Atlanta, GA
1/13/09 Chicago, IL
1/13/09 Minneapolis, MN
1/16/09 Washington, DC
1/20/09 New York, NY
1/22/09 Boston, MA
1/22/09 Detroit, MI
1/26/09 Dallas, TX
2/19/90 San Francisco, CA

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Comments (3)

  1. Josh says:

    So Microsoft is now charging for MSDN events. Greaat…

    Why would one pay to hear marketing second hand when we can go to Channel9 and watch the PDC sessions for free and hear it straight from the product teams. Or wait a month and hear it at

    If this is a huge budget slash for you guys. Why not virtualize your content?

  2. DEvHammer says:


      To be clear…this is *not* an MSDN Event, as in the events that are run quarterly typically in movie theaters and consist of an afternoon of content.

      These are full-day, multi-track events, presented by local experts. Sure, you can watch the PDC or MIX content online, and if that’s your preference, great.

      The MSDN Dev Con is to provide an event for folks who prefer an in-person experience and could not, for whatever reason, make it to PDC.

  3. Chris S says:

    Someone should really tell Microsoft that:

    1. The address of the Hyatt Regency Reston is 1800 Presidents St (note the plural) not 1800 President St


    Reston? Seriously?

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