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  • Blog Post: Good News and Sad News - Leaving Microsoft

    The Good News You might have heard, Visual Studio 2010 is done, launched, and out the door! That’s right, after several short years F# version 1.0 is generally available! While it’s been alive and well in CTP form for many years, now you can go to the store and buy it. This doesn’t just mean that...
  • Blog Post: Joining the F# team

    Now that Visual Studio 2008 is out the door it is time to celebrate and think about 'the next big thing'. As you can tell from some previous posts , F# has caught my eye. I'm please to announce that starting Monday I'll be joining the F# team as (currently) the only full-time tester. I'm super-excited...
  • Blog Post: Getting preped for TechEd

    Tomorrow I get on a plane headed to Orlando to talk about all things Visual Basic and Visual Studio V.Next at TechEd 2007. I am really excited to connected with those of you who will be attending. I've had the pleasure of attending the VB.Net User's Group which meets here in Redmond before, and connecting...
  • Blog Post: Shameless plug - Surface Computing

    Today Microsoft publically announced a product which has been in the words for quite some time. I really expect this to change the way people compute long term. http://on10.net/Blogs/larry/first-look-microsoft-surfacing-computing/
  • Blog Post: TechEd 07 is coming...

    If you are going to be in Orlando the first week of June, stop on by TechEd [ http://www.microsoft.com/events/teched2007/default.mspx ] which is the premiere chance for developers, IT professionals, and really anybody interested in technology to get together and learn about what's on the horizon. ...
  • Blog Post: Career development for the professional tester

    Currently at Microsoft we are well into the Mid-Year Career Discussion, which for me at least has been a bit of a daunting challenge. While a career discussion for more established disciplines, namely developers, is pretty simple. It is difficult to articulate how you can advance in your career if there...
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