Professional Developer’s Conference (PDC10) is here

PDC10 kicks off Thursday, October 28, on Microsoft’s Redmond campus. Previously, the Developer & Platform Evangelism (DPE) event was held at much larger venues such as the Los Angeles Convention Center. This year, we decided to bring PDC to our own backyard. Although the conference will be smaller and more intimate, we are using own…

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Checkout THE Microsoft Home of future at PDC10

  When the PDC organizing team was looking for volunteers as escorts for the MS Home tour, I had to be the nice guy and do them a favor! But really I jumped up to the opportunity in excitement as I wanted to see MS Home myself since I’ve been hearing great things about it…

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PDC – Phone Company CRM & Azure Demo

Here is the full video of the “Phone Company” demo that shows the integration of Dynamics CRM “5”, AppFabric Service Bus and Windows Azure.   View & comment on Channel9 Note: Updated video (audio issue fixed) posted as a Channel9 screencast. To download this video, right click and download here. For better viewing experience, view…

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3 xRM sessions at PDC09

Just found out that Barry Givens and Nikhil Hasija are doing another xRM session at PDC09. So that brings the total tally of xRM sessions to three! It might sound very low but this year PDC is only 3 days and almost the entire mornings on Day1 and Day2 will be spent in keynotes. Considering…

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Dynamics CRM at PDC09

On November 17 the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) kicks off in Los Angeles and xRM & Microsoft Dynamics CRM will be there to make sure you have a good show. For those who don’t know what PDC is, it is the definitive Microsoft conference that showcases and gives you a roadmap of what’s coming out…

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PDC 09 is on. And yes, xRM will be served!

Get ready for the coolest developer event on the planet. Coming to Los Angeles again, PDC09 will be held from Nov 17th – 19th 2009. I had a blast at last PDC and I really look forward for this year’s event. One of the reasons I really look forward is because we’ll definitely be talking…

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PDC2008 sets benchmark for Wireless Connectivity

Many of you who were there at the PDC keynote room might have missed the UFO style devices (in the picture below) from Xirrus. But several of these devices were silently (perhaps a little flashy) and dutifully doing their job in the keynote room. Pardon my lazy blogging for not saying enough about it at…

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Wireless at PDC 2008

Update (10/28 12.30AM):  Make sure to use MSFTINET as SSID when connecting to wireless network. It is an open network (does not require key or password). A few months ago, I “signed up” to be part of the PDC  virtual planning team and my role was to take care of wireless (802.11) experience for the several…

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Meet me at PDC 2008

Enough has been said about PDC and all the good stuff you’re going to get. If you’re attending PDC, make sure you read The Devil’s Field Guide to the PDC right now. I mean right this moment. If you’re not going to PDC, I suggest that you setup a projector in your living room, grab…

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Peek at what Live Mesh SDK can do

I’ve had the honor to play with Live Mesh and so far I’m very impressed. Right now you only have the folder sharing scenario. Yet it was cool to have my Onenote notebooks synchronized across my tablet and workstation and share with other people. For people that kept asking what the "Mesh Platform" can do,…

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