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  • Blog Post: Finally a new post

    So in the last year a bunch has happened on MSDN...most of my time has been spent on sit eimprovements and managing my growing team...and covering whenb the team was smaller. I've spent a fair amount of time using twitter and working on getting site managers and others in the content publishing space...
  • Blog Post: Knowledge Base articles move to TechNet and MSDN

    Microsoft is moving its Developer & IT Professional primary support content (also known as Knowledge Base – or KB - articles) from http://support.microsoft.com Web site to MSDN and TechNet, respectively. This move is to ensure that Developers and IT Professionals will see support information in the...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Community Page Updated!

    I’m really pleased to announce the last of the MSDN home/hub pages (the tabs) has been re-launched. The previous iteration was long neglected and nearly useless, while the community hub page highlights MSDN mentions via multiple social networks, highlights hand-selected MVP bloggers, and provides links...
  • Blog Post: New, World-wide Class locator added to MSDN

    I just launched a new Microsoft Learning, class locator at: http://msdn.microsoft.com/bb188199.aspx it works world-wide baby. What do you think?
  • Blog Post: MSDN Hub Page Updates

    As part of our ongoing site walk-though process, I’m pleased to announce the re-launch of several key developer entry pages: · Learn · Download · Support Each of these pages has been scrubbed for bad links and content, then laid out in a fashion that better informs and serves our customers...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Homepage Update

    I’m pleased to announce a refreshed MSDN homepage was launched Wednesday. This is the second significant update to the top-level pages in the last week all of which was made possible by Simon’s uncensored, customer-focused feedback during our first round of site walk-throughs. We are now exposing more...
  • Blog Post: Bloggers on MSDN updated

    Hey gang, I just pushed a new developer bloggers page up to MSDN last night. Check it out...these are hand-picked by my new Director as frequently updated and alwasy valuable...see the page here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/cc531155.aspx More major revisions are coming soon!
  • Blog Post: New Visual Basic Developer Center, Community Submitted Content (The Power of Custom Workflow Activities)

    Today, a new article went live on the MSDN, Visual Basic developer Center . This article: The Power of Custom Workflow Activities (Part 1), was submitted by MVP Maurice de Beijer . Maurice de Beijer is an independent software consultant specializing in Workflow Foundation and .NET in general. He has...
  • Blog Post: 48 New, Visual Basic “How Do I” Videos and Related Downloads

    Last week we added 48 How Do I videos (Forms over data, Windows development, Office development and Security) to the Visual Basic developer Center in addition to adding new download formats for 12 others. This includes audio files, and additional videos files to make these videos as accessible as possible...
  • Blog Post: New MSDN Visual C# Developer Center, Community Submitted Content (Calculating with Infinite Sequences in C#)

    Last night, a new article went live on the MSDN, Visual C# developer Center . This article: Calculating with Infinite Sequences in C#, was submitted by MVP Tomas Petricek. Tomas is a student and an inspired MVP in Prague. You’ll Find Tomas’ picture and link in rotation in the right column of the homepage...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Visual Basic Power Packs 3.0 Released!

    Visual Basic Power Packs 3.0 now includes a new DataRepeater control that enables you to use standard Windows Forms controls to display rows of your data in a scrollable container, giving you more flexibility and customization than standard grid controls. Check out the Visual Basic Developer Center for...
  • Blog Post: New Visual Basic Developer Center, Community Submitted Content (Workflow Foundation 101), New MVP in Rotation

    Tonight, a new article went live on the MSDN, Visual Basic developer Center . This article: Workflow Foundation 101, was submitted by MVP Maurice de Beijer . Maurice de Beijer is an independent software consultant specializing in Workflow Foundation and .NET in general. He has been awarded the yearly...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Video Player Launched on the MSDN Visual Basic Developer Center!

    I just pushed this out today so please be the first to come and play with it. MSDN will be rolling out a new Silverlight player which embeds in the page and supports full-screen. We’ve re-encoded the videos that needed it and it’s ready to go. You can click on either video on the VB developer homepage...
  • Blog Post: New Visual C# Developer Center, Community Submitted Content (Applying LINQ to New Data Type), New MVP in Rotation

    Last night, a new article went live on the MSDN, Visual C# developer Center . This article: Applying LINQ to New Data Type , was submitted by MVP Octavio Hernandex. Octavio has been an MVP since 2004 and is the author of the book "C# 3.0 and LINQ" (Krasis Press, 2007). You’ll Find Octavios’ picture and...
  • Blog Post: You Want Code Samples? Want to Share Code Samples?

    You have got to check out the new MSDN Code Gallery announced today on Soma's blog. Today I added feeds from the MSDN Code Gallery to the Visual Basic and Visual C# Developer Centers. You can see these feeds right above the CodePlex feeds. These feeds are specific to the developer center language. By...
  • Blog Post: New VC# MVP Submitted Article

    Peter Ritchie has submitted a new article titled " Inferred Typing with Factory Methods as Extension Methods ". You can find it on the Visual C# Develeloper Center Homepage in the community section. Here's a snippet: "When working with instance variables and most factory and conversion methods you need...
  • Blog Post: Channel 9 Interview: Refactoring in Visual Basic with Refactor!

    Beth Massi just released a Channel 9 screencast with Lisa Feigenbaum , PM on the VB IDE Team, where she shows us how to use Refactor!, the free add-in for Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 that provides over 30 refactorings for Visual Basic. Lisa walks us through all the new refactorings that were added for...
  • Blog Post: 20 New Visual C# Developer Center Headlines

    We added 20 new articles and blog entries of interest on the Visual C# Developer Center . Just go to the homepage and click “View all…” next to the “Featured Resources” Title.
  • Blog Post: New VB Community Article: Creating Visual Studio Add-ins

    Rod Paddock's latest Community Article is up on the Visual Basic Developer Center on Creating Visual Studio Add-Ins which first appeared in CoDe Magazine . Rod goes a little bit deeper Beth did when building an add-in and shows how to work with the project system and automatically open files and insert...
  • Blog Post: Visual Basic Learning Plans

    Check out the learning page for Learning Plans with content direct from the VB team, including articles, interviews, how-to videos, samples and hands on labs to help you get up to speed with Visual Basic 9 in Visual Studio 2008.
  • Blog Post: Visual C# 2008 Express Edition Now Available

    Released Monday on the Visual C# Developer Center , The Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition is the ideal tool for productively building object-oriented applications for Windows on the .NET Framework. You can get the .Net Framework 3.5 as well.
  • Blog Post: Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition Now Available

    Released yesterday on the Visual Basic Developer Center , The Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition is the ideal deal tool for productively building object-oriented applications for Windows on the .NET Framework. You can get the .Net Framework 3.5 as well.
  • Blog Post: New Design for MSDN Visual Basic and Visual C# Developer Centers

    I’m pleased to announce the release of the Tahiti 1.5.1 design layout updates to the Visual Basic and Visual C# Developer Centers and the Learn Visual Basic and Learn Visual C# pages. These pages will continue to evolve over the next few weeks! Eight weeks ago we released a design update (Tahiti...
  • Blog Post: New Visual C# Developer Center, Community Submitted Content (Deep Dive on Extension Methods), New MVP in Rotation

    Today, a new article went live on the MSDN, Visual C# developer Center . This article: Deep Dive on Extension Methods , was submitted by MVP Thomas Lebrun . Thomas is a consultant/trainer at Winwise. You’ll Find Thomas’ picture and link in rotation in the right column of the homepage and his listing...
  • Blog Post: New Visual Basic Developer Center Community Submitted Content

    Last Monday night a new article went live on the MSDN, Visual Basic developer Center . This article Spelunking the DOM with Silverlight 1.1 - Part 2: Integrating Web Service s , was submitted by MVP Rod Paddock . Rod is owner of Dash Point Software, Inc. and co-owner of Red Matrix Technologies. You’ll...
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