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Developers get copies of Windows 7 and a spacious portable hard drive, and give mixed reviews after playing with the new operating system at Microsoft's professional developer conference.
Microsoft Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie introduces Microsoft's operating system in the cloud to thousands of developers gathered in Los Angeles.
At this year's Professional Developers Conference, Microsoft offers glimpses into the next version of its OS, the next iteration of its productivity suite, and its cloud-computing efforts.
With questions swirling around Windows 7 and "Windows Cloud," Microsoft's Professional Developer Conference will be the place to be. Even if you can't be there, our shiny PDC page will keep you up-to-date.
Microsoft promises developers who attend this month's Professional Developer Conference will get the tools needed to write apps for the company's tabletop PC.
In a blog post, Microsoft confirms that it will have an early version of Windows 7 ready for developers by next month's conference.