Visual Studio 2008 at Developer Conferences this Fall

If you want to learn more about Visual Studio 2008, consider attending one of the following conferences this fall in Las Vegas:

  • VSLive! Las Vegas 2007 - October 15-18
    "VSLive! Las Vegas returns to the city that never sleeps with four days of the very best in Visual Studio and .NET. With over 75 intense hours of keynotes, breakout sessions and full-day workshops by thought-leaders in the industry, you can’t lose. For the best value, sign up for the all-inclusive Gold Passport by the Early Bird deadline of September 12."
  • DevConnections - November 5 – 8
    "DevConnections celebrates the upcoming release of Visual Studio 2008 in Las Vegas. Be among the first to receive a copy of Visual Studio 2008 and hear the latest announcements from Microsoft executives. Train, network, and party with over 150 Microsoft architects and top industry experts presenting 250 in-depth sessions! There is no other event that has more industry experts in one place at one time. The partner expo promises to be exciting with giveaways including a Harley Davidson. Focus on Visual Studio, ASP.Net, SQL Server, Mobility, SharePoint and much more. All this produced in the coolest 4-star resort and casino on the strip. Last year this event sold out, register today."

Or, if you're closer to Spain than you are to Vegas, consider attending TechEd Developers in Barcelona, Spain:

  • Microsoft TechEd Developers 2007
    "TechEd Developers is Microsoft’s premier EMEA conference, designed to provide developers with deep dive technical training, information and community resources focusing on building software solutions with Microsoft development tools for current and soon to release products and technologies."


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  2. anothr user says:

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  3. Dan says:

    Is this a BETA copy of 2008, or is it a complete version of 2008?  If it is a complete copy is it the standard version?  

    Just curious…

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