Microsoft is currently accepting registrations for two-hour sessions in the Windows Application Compatibility and Quality Lab at PDC 2008 in Las Vegas at the October end. “PDC 2008 is coming up in just a few weeks and you don’t want to miss it because that will be the first place to see the full range of advances in Windows 7, the next major version of the Windows client operating system. If you’re going to attend PDC be sure to check out the Windows Application Compatibility and Quality Lab while you’re there. This lab is available for you to test your applications for compatibility on Windows 7, and is offered free of charge,” revealed Ronan Geraghty.
“The Windows Application Compatibility and Quality lab at PDC provides a private developer environment for testing and debugging application issues. Just bring in your applications to the lab where you’ll find dedicated consultants on hand to support you in investigating application compatibility and give architectural guidance,” added Denise Begley.