Attend a Local pdc10 Event Near You or Watch via Live Broadcast

This year we’re providing more ways than ever before for you to experience the Professional Developer’s Conference closer to home. We’re working with Microsoft offices, academic institutions, and 3rd parties around the world to provide you the opportunity to attend a PDC10 event near you. Register for a local event, email us or subscribe to…

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PDC10 Registration Now Open

Professional Developer Conference 2010 (PDC10) registration is now open. PDC10 will be held October 28 – 29 at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond, WA where leading-edge developers and architects will gather to hear firsthand from Microsoft’s leaders about the next generation of Cloud Services, Phone, Tools & Technologies, Internet Explorer and Gaming Platforms. Register…

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Registration Opens for October’s Professional Developers Conference (PDC)

Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference (PDC) has been the epicenter of Microsoft’s biggest platform announcements and will be in Redmond October 28-29. This year will be no exception. Leading-edge developers and architects will gather to hear firsthand from Microsoft’s leaders about the next generation of Cloud Services, Phone, Tools & Technologies, Internet Explorer and Gaming Platforms….

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Take a Tour of Data Center in a Container

Frank Arrigo takes you on a tour of what the cloud physically looks like by walking you through a container that was shown at Professional Developers Conference (PDC09). The container is similar to one that is placed in data centers that host your Windows Azure applications. Bruce D. Kyle ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation…

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Windows 7 Boot Camp Videos Now Live

Windows 7 Boot Camp pre-con event videos to Professional Developers Conference (PDC09) are now live. Yochay Kiriaty has posted links to the videos on the Windows 7 blog posting, The Windows 7 PDC Boot Camp Recordings Are Online. The videos include: Multi-core processing. Arun Kishan described his work around the thread and process allocation that…

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Windows Identity Foundation Simplifies User Access

Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation has been released to the Web (RTW). It helps simplify user access for developers by externalizing user access from applications via claims and reducing development effort with pre-built security logic and integrated .NET tools. Users can benefit through single sign-on and seamless collaboration across organizational boundaries. At PDC, Microsoft announced that…

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Get a Single Development Experience for On Premises, Cloud

Microsoft’s new Windows Server AppFabric gives you new tools to develop, manage and deploy composite applications, both on premises and in the cloud. Composite applications reuse existing services and business logic to provide new and innovative functionality for end users. You can get started today with the beta on Windows Server 2008 R2 with the…

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Developers, Architects Meet at PDC

Professional Developers Conference (PDC09) begins tomorrow in Los Angeles. Attendees from around the world gather at the Professional Developers Conference to learn about the future of Microsoft’s developer platforms and network with fellow professionals. At this annual event, Microsoft showcases new products in its pipeline, gives developers insight into future direction, and hosts workshops that…

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Top 10 Reasons to Stop by the MSDEV Booth at PDC

Coming to Professional Developers Conference (PDC09)? Stop by the MSDEV booth. Here are the top ten reasons why you should come by the MSDEV booth. Not making it to PDC? Keep up to date with all the MSDEV action via live streaming site uStream. See MSDEV at PDC on uStream live.   Bruce D. Kyle…

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