Microsoft PDC10 Live Stream

Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) has been the epicenter of Microsoft’s biggest platform announcements. Leading-edge developers and architects gather to hear about the next generation of Microsoft developer technologies – this year will be no exception. PDC isn’t only about content and sessions – it’s an opportunity for you to talk with and have your questions answered by the people who work with the technologies and who can help you plan the features and architecture to support your business goals.

 

You can register for the event using the following link.

http://www.virtualtechdays.com/pdc10/registration1.aspx

 

AGENDA: http://www.virtualtechdays.com/pdc10/agenda.aspx

 

Date: 29 October, 2010
Time: 10:00 AM – 06:30 PM IST (GMT+5:30)

 

This year, Microsoft-India would be hosting live the Keynote of PDC10 at 4 Microsoft Campuses – Bangalore, Gurgaon, Hyderabad & Mumbai. These invite-only events will be attended by 10-15 Microsoft Executives and Technology Evangelists, and 20-25 Community and Industry Influencers at each location.

Got an Invitation from Microsoft to attend the event today at 7.30 PM at Microsot IDC, Hyderabad. The schedule of that event is as follows.

Timing Agenda Presenter
07:30pm-08:00pm Onsite Registration
08:00pm-09:00pm Networking Dinner
09:00pm-09:30pm Event Introduction & Welcome Note IDC Exec
09:30pm-11:30pm PDC10 Keynote LIVE (Streamed from PDC10 – Redmond, USA) Steve Ballmer

Chief Executive Officer, Microsoft Corporation

 

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A Software Engineer by profession and a Geek at heart. I love exploring new technologies and working on algorithmic problems. As of now, I write code for bread, butter and satisfaction. I like to develop applications, and generally that involves much more than writing code. It’s not just about hurling code, but producing something meaningful that has a measurable and positive impact, helps others and solves interesting problems.

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