Engineering Windows 7

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  • Blog Post: Our Next Engineering Milestone: RTM

    Today marks an important milestone in the Windows 7 project. The Windows 7 team is proud to share with you that a short while ago we have started to release Windows 7 to PC OEM and manufacturing partners. This means our next major milestone will be the availability of PCs loaded with Windows 7 and store...
  • Blog Post: Back from the PDC…next up, WinHEC

    This has been an amazingly special week for the Windows 7 team. We’re all incredibly appreciative of the reception of Windows 7 this week at the PDC. Thank you! All of us on the team have been closely watching the news reports and blogs of those who have been “kicking the tires” of the Windows 7 pre...
  • Blog Post: Engineering 7: A view from the bottom

    Aka: A developers view of the Windows 7 Engineering process This post is by Larry Osterman. Larry is one of the most “experienced” developers on the Windows team and has been at Microsoft since the mid 1980’s. There are only three other folks who have worked at Microsoft longer on the entire Windows...
  • Blog Post: Organizing the Windows 7 Project

    Hi Jon DeVaan here. Steven wrote about how we organize the engineering team on Windows which is a very important element of how work is done. Another important part is how we organize the engineering project itself. I’d like to start with a couple of quick notes. First is that Steven reads and...
  • Blog Post: The Windows 7 Team

    Thanks to everyone who provided comments and sent me mail. I definitely appreciate the discussion we have kicked off. There’s also a ton of energy in our hallways as this blog started. It seems like a good thing to do to start off is sort of an introduction to the Windows development team. This post...
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