Professional Developer Conference (PDC09) launches in Los Angeles,CA November 17 –19. Pre-sessions begin November 16. PDC is the definitive developer event focused on the technical strategy of the Microsoft developer platform. At the PDC, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from and connect with the people behind the technology. If you’re a developer, architect or technology leader involved in making strategic technology decisions, this is the conference you need to attend.
Are you focused on Windows 7 compatibility?
PDC09 attendees can get a jumpstart on making sure their applications run seamlessly on Windows 7. Technical experts will be available onsite at the Windows 7 Developer Center to offer technical guidance, assist with compatibility testing, and answer questions about the Windows 7 Software Logo program. (Find out more)
It’s not too late to register for the free Windows 7 Developer Boot Camp to be held on November 16 (the day before the PDC conference). Top Windows 7 engineers will lead a full-day, technical workshop focused on optimizing application performance, reliability, and security on the Windows 7 platform. (Register via the PDC09 conference site to attend.)
Register before October 30 for $300 discount offer good through October 30.
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Watch and share the PDC09 on Channel 9 videos. New episodes of Countdown to PDC09 and Knowledge Chamber provide a preview to the great content that will be at PDC09.
Here’s a list of some cool sessions for PDC to bring you what you want to know. Here’s a short list of what I think you might be interested in. There’s lots more than this list:
- Lessons Learned: Migrating Applications to the Windows Azure Platform
- Building Amazing Business Applications with Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft .NET RIA Services
- Using the Microsoft Sync Framework to Connect Apps to the Cloud
- The Future of Database Development with SQL Azure
- Power Tools for Debugging
- Microsoft Semantic Engine
- Leveraging and Extending Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Identity Features
- Automating the Application Lifecycle with Windows Azure
- Rx: Reactive Extensions for .NET
- Optimizing for Performance with the Windows Performance Toolkit
- Developing with the Windows API Code Pack for Microsoft .NET Framework
- Developing Applications for Scale-Up Servers Running Windows Server 2008 R2
- Windows PowerShell: An Automation Toolbox for Building Solutions That Span Small Businesses, Enterprises, and Cloud Services
and much much more. See Office and SharePoint Sessions at PDC.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation