Earlier this year MSDN Magazine embarked on a collaborative project with Behind the Code, an interview program airing on MSDN Channel 9. In this program, Robert Hess interviews prominent developers at Microsoft, and those developers also write a column for { End Bracket } in MSDN Magazine. In the newest interview, Richard Ward talks about working on the core infrastructure components of future versions of Windows, as well as the importance of the creative impulse in one’s work.

In the companion { End Bracket } column, Richard discusses the importance of good written communication for software developers and engineers. As proponents of the written word, we heartily endorse Richard’s viewpoint. Take a look at his column in the November issue.

Joan Levinson