Rob Caron

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  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Wednesday, June 19th

    Jonathan Turner: Announcing TypeScript 0.9 Brian Harry: A refresh of our forums Garrett Serack: Deep Dive into NuGet Native (Part One) Channel 9: Anders Hejlsberg, Steve Lucco, Luke Hoban: TypeScript 0.9 - Generics and More Michael Zlatkovsky: Roadmap for Apps for Office, VSTO, and VBA ...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Thursday, January 10th

    Surf4Fun: Using your free Azure VM to host Visual Studio 2012 Channel 9: Working with the GridView | Windows Store apps for Absolute Beginners with C# Channel 9: Designing with Narrator in mind | Introducing Windows 8 Lee Stott: Using Construct2 to build a HTML5 Window 8 Game In The Community: Meet James...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Thursday, May 31st

    Jason Zander: Announcing the Release Candidate (RC) of Visual Studio 2012 and .NET Framework 4.5 S. Somasegar: Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Release Candidates available now! Brian Harry: Visual Studio/TFS 2012 Release Candidate Available Today Lisa Feigenbaum: Welcome to the Developer Tools Blog Network...
  • Blog Post: New Web Site: Microsoft Tester Center

    Today, we launched a new site on MSDN - the Microsoft Tester Center ! The Microsoft Tester Center showcases the test discipline as an integral part of the application lifecycle, describes test roles and responsibilities, and promotes the test investments required to deliver high-quality software...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team System Resource Center

    Deitel.com just launched a Visual Studio Team System Resource Center . You may be familiar with many of their other resource centers, or one of their many programming textbooks. If you don't already, you should subscribe to their newsletter to keep up on all of the stuff they're doing. Welcome to the...
  • Blog Post: The Expense of Failed Knowledge Transfer

    J.D. Meier posted a great comment to my recent post on Community Facilitates Knowledge Transfer (emphasis mine): "Shipping the knowledge is just as important as shipping the product" ... YES! ... and a product without knowledge is support waiting to happen ! - JD Source: Rob Caron : Community Facilitates...
  • Blog Post: Community Facilitates Knowledge Transfer

    Back in August 2005, I wrote a blog post in which I tried to answer the question, What is Community? Here's an excerpt from that post: The greatest service a product team can do for its community is to impart as much of their knowledge of the product as possible. This happens in a variety of ways...
  • Blog Post: My Q&A with Redmond Developer News

    For those who are interested, an interview I did with Doug Barney of Redmond Developer News is now live on their Web site, and it also appears in the January issue of the publication. The Man Behind the Message Microsoft's Rob Caron spends his days (and probably nights) trying to keep developers up-to...
  • Blog Post: Jeff Beehler on Team System Community Plans

    Jeff Beehler posted on Team System community efforts for this fiscal year. There are many ways that a product team can choose to interact with the users of their product. In discussions over the summer, Jeff led a team of representatives from across the Team System product team to decide how and where...
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