Professional Developers Conference: PDC09, Los Angeles, November 17th-19th 2009 – Registration is OPEN


The Professional Developers Conference (PDC) is Microsoft’s premier gathering of leading-edge developers and architects.  Attendees come from around the world to learn about the future of Microsoft’s developer platform, exchange ideas with Microsoft technology experts, and network with fellow professionals.  This is the conference you need to attend if you want to stay ahead curve, and get a head start on planning your company’s products and technology investments.


Register by September 15th and receive $500 off your conference pass – that’s the best discount you’ll get for PDC09.  Visit us online at and learn more about the future-focused content, industry-leading speakers and other great opportunities you’ll get at PDC09.





PDC is where our biggest names make the biggest announcements. Learn about the future of the Microsoft developer platform straight from the people who make it happen - Microsoft's Chief Software Architect, Ray Ozzie, and the President of Server and Tools, Bob Mugila.



For the first time ever, participate in a perfect storm of brilliance, insight, experience, and vision as we bring together Microsoft’s Technical Fellows for the Technical Leaders series of sessions at PDC09. These are the big brains that develop and drive technical strategies for Microsoft and the industry, and this is a series you won’t want to miss. 



Join us a day early (on November 16) for a full day of in-depth content delivered by recognized industry leaders.  Workshops are available exclusively to attendees – they will not be made available online. 



Not only will you get great content and speakers, you’ll also get early access to the technology and opportunities to meet one-on-one with Microsoft developer technology experts and fellow professions at our special events.  


Further Information

Even if you can't make it to Los Angeles, or just want to keep your finger on the pulse you can keep up to date with the What's Happening feed for the latest breaking news, and also the Sessions feed.    These two PDC09 feeds will be included into the BlogMS weekly updates.   Recent articles:


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