• Kimberly Wolk

    Lightweight

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    Introducing Lightweight My team is currently in the process of developing a new default user experience for MSDN Library ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/default.aspx ). It is viewable today in Beta quality by changing the view using the ...
  • Kimberly Wolk

    Help Viewer in Visual Studio 2010 RC (and beyond)

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    Tomorrow, February 10 th , we’ll be releasing the Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate to the public. If you didn’t have a chance to evaluate Beta 2, we’re shipping a new Help Viewer with Visual Studio. The new Help Viewer has tight integration with MSDN...
  • Kimberly Wolk

    Help Viewer Power Tool (Beta) released on Code Gallery!

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    I’m pleased to announce availability of the Help Viewer Power Tool for Visual Studio 2010. This Power Tool adds keyword index capability to the Help Viewer with an option to display help in a standalone window. Prerequisites · Visual Studio 2010...
  • Kimberly Wolk

    .NET Framework Reference Enhancements Preview

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    Since the release of the new Lightweight view for the MSDN Library, we’ve been hard at work on a number of enhancements to the organization and presentation of the .NET Framework 4 reference library material. We’ve just released an...
  • Kimberly Wolk

    The default experience for MSDN Library is now Lightweight

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    Back in November I blogged about the motivation behind our newest MSDN library view – Lightweight. You can view that post here . To summarize, Lightweight came about as a result of the feedback we received on the Script Free view, which we developed to...
  • Kimberly Wolk

    MSDN/TechNET Publishing System (MTPS) Rendering Subsystem Release Plan

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    As I mentioned previously, the team has been working on a new online experience for the MSDN Library. This experience is known as ‘Lightweight'. It balances features and performance, while improving the user experience. Users have been able to opt-in...
  • Kimberly Wolk

    Welcome

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    Welcome to my blog. I've recently moved into the role of Product Unit Manager for the Library Experience team. In this role I am responsible for the MSDN TechNet Publishing System (MTPS), the MSDN and TechNet online libraries and the new Help Viewer released...
  • Kimberly Wolk

    January Online Performance

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    Each month, my team gives me an update on our online performance. I will be sharing these reports on my blog. This post covers the January report. The team uses KeyNote ( http://www.keynote.com/ ) to measure response time and availability of 25...
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