The 2008 Professional Developers Conference (PDC) has finally closed. Microsoft successfully impressed developers, users and the public about Microsoft’s future new platform of Windows 7. The positive and excited response has far exceeded Microsoft Windows7 Team’s expectations. Windows 7 Team has promised a more detailed technical analysis and deep exploration of this new product in its upcoming Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) 2008 from 5 – 11 November 2008 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Users who want to learn more about Windows 7 can register to attend the conference. A pre-beta build of Windows7 will be given away to some selected and lucky guests at WinHEC. (Of course you can download it via the leaked Bit Torrents, as in the case of Windows 7 pre-beta 6801 32-bit and 64-bit editions). While waiting for more excitement from Microsoft on Windows 7, let’s review the video collection from PDC 2008 on Windows 7 from Channel 9:

KYN02 Day Two #1 – Ray Ozzie, Steven Sinofsky, Scott Guthrie and David Treadwell (Windows 7 starts +17:00 minutes)
PC01 Windows 7: Web Services in Native Code
PC02 Windows 7: Extending Battery Life with Energy Efficient Applications
PC03 Windows 7: Developing Multi-touch Applications
PC04 Windows 7: Writing Your Application to Shine on Modern Graphics Hardware
PC13 Windows 7: Building Great Audio Communications Applications
PC14 Windows 7 Scenic Ribbon: The next generation user experience for presenting commands in Win32 applications
PC15 Windows 7: Benefiting from Documents and Printing Convergence
PC16 Windows 7: Empower users to find, visualize and organize their data with Libraries and the Explorer
PC18 Windows 7: Introducing Direct2D and DirectWrite
PC19 Windows 7: Designing Efficient Background Processes
PC22 Windows 7: Design Principles for Windows 7
PC23 Windows 7: Integrate with the Windows 7 Desktop
PC24 Windows 7: Welcome to the Windows 7 Desktop
PC25 Windows 7: The Sensor and Location Platform: Building Context-Aware Applications
PC42 Windows 7: Deploying Your Application with Windows Installer (MSI) and ClickOnce
PC43 Deep Dive: What’s New with user32 and comctl32 in Win32
PC44 Windows 7: Programming Sync Providers That Work Great with Windows
PC50 Windows 7: Using Instrumentation and Diagnostics to Develop High Quality Software
PC51 Windows 7: Best Practices for Developing for Windows Standard User
PC52 Windows 7: Writing World-Ready Applications

There is also a insight preview of Windows 7 using build version 6933.