This year’s groundbreaking PDC event will include live streaming of the keynotes, as well as concurrent live streaming of sessions. If you can’t join the live stream, you can still watch the video on-demand, or download all the content within 24 hours of live recording.
The online event is free; no registration is required to join the live or on-demand stream.
The PDC Session Guide is now available – add sessions to your calendar and plan your PDC10 schedule.
Attend a PDC10 Event Near You
Due to the overwhelming interest in the Redmond event, we are working with Microsoft offices, academic institutions, and 3rd parties around the world to provide more opportunities to attend a PDC10 event. Visit the Local Events page to find an event near you.
Leading-Edge Content for Leading-Edge Developers
Sessions are highly technical, and targeted to the advanced developer. We’ve stripped away the marketing message and left behind only the deep, technical content that you expect from the PDC. This year’s announcements will focus on using Microsoft’s developer frameworks and tools to connect your desktops and devices to the next-generation of cloud services.
Access to the People and Places Behind the Technology
Since 1991, the PDC has been the epicenter of Microsoft’s biggest platform announcements. This year will be no exception. Leading-edge developers and architects will gather in Redmond this October to hear firsthand from Microsoft’s leaders about the next generation of Microsoft developer technologies.
The PDC isn’t just about content and sessions – it’s an opportunity for you to get hands-on access to the latest technologies, have your questions answered by the people who conceived and built the technologies and plan the features and architecture to support your business goals. If you’re a developer, architect or technology leader involved in making strategic technology decisions for your company or organization, you can’t afford to miss the PDC.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation