MSDN Developer Conference

18. November 2008 15:31

For those of you that haven’t heard, Microsoft has recently announced the MSDN Developer Conference, which is a one day event that delivers that core content from the PDC.  So, if you didn’t get to make it out to Los Angeles for PDC 2008, this will be your chance to get to see some of the primary content.  The event will be held at several cities across the U.S. over the next couple of months.  The fee is $99, which is quite reasonable.

On Tuesday, December 16th, I will be speaking at the Atlanta event.  I will be co-presenting with Chad Brooks for the “Lap Around Windows Azure and the Azure Service Platform” session.  Glen Gordon recently blogged about several perks for attending the conference including a lot of nice giveaways.  If you are interested in keeping up with the future of the Microsoft .NET platform and peripheral technologies, you should make time to attend.

I hope to see you at the event.

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