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I am sure it will be one of the PDC 09 gift…

Windows 7 RTM & Windows 2008 R2 RTM: 2nd half of July

http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/windows7/archive/2009/06/02/the-date-for-general-availability-ga-of-windows-7-is.aspx

Project Natal…

Wow… no more controller, no more broken windows…

Also, no more couch in the family room, at least moved to the side. No pets and no unncessary sound in the family room too… 🙂 does it really what we want? where is my cosy family room?

Or see the announcement on E3

or here

Day one is full of HTML5 funs, especially the Android phone part at the end… I love it.

I hope Microsoft can learn the lesson, instead of just giving out DVDs and backpacks in every PDC… I can download software myself, don’t need give me the DVDs (beta s/w, CTP), since most of them are out-dated before I have time to try it out, I need to download the latest bit anyway.

Anyway, let see what happen in day 2 keynote… this one is better… one long video instead of in parts..

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Other Sessions videos will be available here

I have not finished it yet… my weekend will be full of funs…

Just found that Visual Studio 2010 Beta1 now including the latest version of F#, a landmark in the process of making F# a language officially supported by Microsoft. A matching F# May 2009 CTP for use with Visual Studio 2008 also available.

If you’re new to F#, the following are some pointers for you

PDC presentation on F# by Luca Bolognese

Demo of F# and other new language technologies at JAOO by Anders Hejlsberg

Latest version of F# Released – What’s the story? What’s next? by Luke Hoban

MSDN walkthrough of F# in Visual Studio 2010

It comes to Vancouver, just after the DevTeach Vancouver… you can register here…

http://altnetconfcanada.com/home/index.castle

Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 is now available for MSDN subscribers to download. It will be more generally available on Wednesday, according to Soma.

A great whitepaper which describes the new ASP.NET 4.0 features are available here. You may notice is that ASP.NET MVC is not included in Beta 1. ASP.NET MVC will be included as part of the package in VS10 Beta 2.