Doug Seven

Director of Product Management, Visual Studio

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  • Blog Post: Seattle Code Camp is Coming (and Boise too)

    Seattle Code Camp is coming up in a couple weeks - January 26th & 27th. They have identified both a VSTS track and an Application Lifecycle Management track this year. I am preparing to submit some session and thought I'd ask you... What topics would you like me to cover at Seattle Code Camp? Boise...
  • Blog Post: User Group Event: A Lap Around Visual Studio Team System 2008

    On Monday, November 26th I will be presenting at the .NET Developer's Association user group. My goal for the evenng is to spend 1-2 hours going over Visual Studio Team System 2008, showing off its new features, as well as some of the old stand-by's that were in the 2005 version. Most of my time will...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Presentations (Come along, I'd love to meet you)

    I have a few upcoming presentations. If you will be in Kuala Lumpur in mid-September, I'd love to meet you. Please, come and introduce yourself. KL TechNite + MIND: Developer's Rock on September 9th MIND Community and EC iTrain Sdn. Bhd will be organizing a joint event “MIND TechNite: Developers...
  • Blog Post: Scott Hanselman Joins Microsoft

    I may be a few days behind on this one. This past Saturday, Scott Hanselman reported on his blog that he has accepted a position on ScottGu's team in Microsoft's Developer Division. Personally I think this is great for us all. Scott has always been an honest rival and critic of our, and we need talented...
  • Blog Post: Tagspace Beta Refresh

    We just released a refresh to our Tagspace product. Check it out. You can now tag web-based resources across the Internet. Additionally you can see who has tagged an item, and subscribe to RSS feeds of tags.
  • Blog Post: TechEd 07 in Orlando: I'll Be There ... Will You?

    Quick note to say, hey, I'll be at TechEd '07 in Orlando next week, June 1st - 9th, and would love a chance to talk to folks in the community about our services, your community & information management needs, and ideas for the future. I'll be at the Resources Zone, working on the MSDN side of things...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft.community and xClaims/Claimspace

    Korby has posted a great deal of information about our xClaim effort (part of the Rapport Service I blogged about earlier ). Unfortunately we were unable to get the xClaims in the frst beta release of Microsoft.community . We will certainly have this feature in our July release, and we hope to get it...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft.community Beta Released

    The Microsoft.com Community Technologies Team (the team I am on) has just released our beta of the new Community Platform we are working on. This beta will give you some insight into what we are building, and more importantly, the opportunity for you to help us out by giving us feedback. Start Here:...
  • Blog Post: MVP Podcast Including an Interview with Communtiy Technologies Team

    A coupole weeks ago the MVP Summit was in town. Sandy , Alan and I have the dubious honor to be interviewed by Rich and Dave of NxtGenUG . Shortly after that, Russ Nemhauser, a developer on my team, was interviewed where he drooled on and on about his PowerBook Pro .
  • Blog Post: Microsoft.community - RC Almost Baked

    After several months of work, changing dependancies, a couple designs, and a handful of UI attempts, we are getting ready to release a Beta of the community platform we have been working on ( Codename: Athens Microsoft.community). Athens Microsoft.community is made up of three pillars, Discovery Services...
  • Blog Post: MXPS Communities Team Interview

    Sandy , YAG , and I were recently interviewed by Rich Costall and Dave McMahon of the Next Generation User Group ( NxtGenUG ) during the MVP Summit in Seattle. You can listen to the interview here (titled " The One With A Dubious Reputation ..., - Show #27 ").
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