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I was glad to see the first bits of info about the upcoming “Windows 7” product being shared through this new blog by Jon DeVaan and Steven Sinofsky. Jon and Steven are two senior engineering managers for the “Windows 7” team and the blog, called “Engineering Windows 7 blog” or simply “E7”, is located at http://blogs.msdn.com/e7/. This seems to be a big hit, with hundreds of comments to their initial post.
If you read it carefully, you will notice they point to the PDC 2008 (Professional Developers Conference) as one of the first places where you will learn more about the upcoming OS. The PDC is scheduled for October 27-30 in the Los Angeles Convention Center. A lot of event information is already posted on the site at http://microsoftpdc.com/. Ray Ozzie (Chief Software Architect) and Rick Rashid (Senior Vice President, Microsoft Research) will be the keynote speakers.
I always find it interesting to look of at the list of the sessions, included below for your convenience (followed by the speaker names when available). You can see that there are indeed some sessions on “Windows 7”. Other hot topics include the Live Platform, Cloud Services, Silverlight, “Oslo”, Internet Explorer 8, SQL Server 2008 and Visual Studio, just to name a few. If the list below peaks your interest, check the full details on each session in the event web site. Seems to me that this PDC will be a sold out event… :-)
Note: Sessions are subject to change and this is just a snapshot of how they appear on the event site as of today. You should obviously use the constantly updated event site at https://sessions.microsoftpdc.com/public/sessions.aspx as your reference. Check the full terms at http://microsoftpdc.com/Terms.aspx.
Within few days the new product is released.i.e,Windows 7.It is new Explorer.This product was developed by the E7 team.Steven and jon are senior engineers in that team.It is nice blog to share our opinion about windows 7.
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