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Are you an Office Developer? Identify yourself as a member of the “Office Developer Guild”

Are you an Office Developer? Identify yourself as a member of the “Office Developer Guild”

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This will be interesting for all of you who are into Office development: As Office developers, we can start identifying ourselves as active members of the community by joining the “Office Developer Guild” spearheaded by John Durant.

The developer community for Microsoft Office grand and healthy. And, the knowledge and expertise in our community is pretty vast and deep. To make it easier for us to stay alert about events, up-coming content, etc. and more easily share ideas we now have the “Office Developer Guild”—a group of like-minded professional friends on Facebook. Additional benefits in the ODG include receiving announcements, slightly ahead of everyone else, of up-coming content, events, etc. That way you can tee up your own blog entries in advance! You’ll also receive exclusive messages from community leaders and insiders. As part of the on-going Office developer conversation I’ll be reaching out, asking questions, and soliciting feedback as well.

Who can join? Anyone who is interested in how to developer productivity solutions with Microsoft Office. This includes Web, SharePoint, SQL Server, Exchange, VBA, XML and other developers--- all of these products & technologies are relevant.

How to join? Search for my email on Facebook and request to be added: john.durant@microsoft.com. I’ll add you.

Host the ODG image: Place the ODG “badge” on your site or blog so that you identify yourself as a member of the “the Guild”. Be sure to announce on the ODG wall that you are hosting the ODG image (shown below).

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Here’s a smaller version of the image that I am hosting on my blog:

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<a href="http://blogs.msdn.com/johnrdurant/archive/2009/07/30/office-developer-guild-is-live.aspx"><img src="http://blogs.msdn.com/blogfiles/johnrdurant/WindowsLiveWriter/OfficeDeveloperGuildisLive_87FB/mole3y%5B1%5D_thumb.png" border="0" width="170" height="88" /></a>

Hope you all join the “Office Developer Guild!”

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