Last week I was at the Microsoft TechEd Developer Conference in Orlando. It was a great chance to talk with a lot developers about MSDN Search, to get feedback, and to show off what we've been working on with autocomplete, refinements, and more. Here's a summary of what I heard:
The primary developer who works on MSDN & TechNet search, Tim Shakarian, was there at TechEd too. Together, we recorded a short webcast video: What's New with Search on MSDN and TechNet In the video we talk about some of the features of search, show a quick demo, and talk about how Search works under the covers. Finally, I briefly touch a few upcoming changes planned for search.
Anyway, hope you like the video, and keep sending us feedback (either via blog comments or via the feedback form http://blogs.msdn.com/msdnsearchblog/contact.aspx) about specific features you'd like to see or problems you find. For bug reports, remember to include the URL of the search results page where you found the problem, and the specific search query you were using. Thanks!