PDC10 Live at Manchester
Thursday, October 28, 2010 from 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM (BST)
Manchester, United Kingdom
This event is a must attend for students interested in leading edge technologies and for professional developers who want to watch and listen to Microsoft Executives via High Definition Live Streaming direct from the US.
Since 1991, the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) has been the centre for students, developers and architects to gather and hear about the next generation of Microsoft technologies. This year will be no exception!
In association with NACUE, Manchester Entrepreneurs and Microsoft Ltd, seven UK universities are bringing this incredible event to a location near you. The Live streaming of the keynote sessions will be top and tailed with local UK Microsoft staff and NACUE members to help answer any questions and manage the local interactive online Q&A!
The conference keynotes will focus on Client & Devices, Cloud Services, and Frameworks & Tools. Our local sessions are a great opportunity to engage with like-minded students and developers to learn about thrilling new technology developments.
3.50pm - 4.10pm Speed Networking
4.10pm - 5.00pm The world in 5, 15 and 50 years
Attendees will split into teams of 5 and brainstorm the state of technology in 5, 15 and 50 years' time. For the final 10 minutes each team will pitch to the group what their ideas are and the best will be featured in our next monthly newspaper.
5.00pm - 7.00pm PDC10 Live stream
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NACUE is a nationwide network of student societies taking positive action to create an enterprising generation.
We were founded in 2009 when the student leaders of 12 enterprise societies came together to spread the word about enterprise. NACUE directly supports the creation of enterprise societies in education institutions throughout the UK; organises regular events where students can learn from experts and each other, distributes funds to societies, and is a national advocate for students in discussions of employment and education.