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VS 2005 Beta 1 – How did I do as a tester with my feature ownerships?
As everyone else on blogs.msdn.com, I’m really excited about the Visual Studio .NET 2005 Beta 1 release. Yes, even more excited than getting an email from BillG. =) This is the first product that I’ve worked on from the very first coding milestone to a Beta release, so I want to know how I did as a feature...
1 Jul 2004
BusinessWeek Article Featuring My Blog
The June 28 th edition of BusinessWeek has an article called Blogging with the Boss’s Blessing which features me and my blog. BusinessWeek interviewed me last week to discuss why I mix personal information (how I want an autographed photo of Richard Dean Anderson) with technical information (Accessibility...
18 Jun 2004
3 Days in the Life of a SDET
Zoe’s post Are you a good enough developer to be a Microsoft SDET got me thinking about what I do during a typical day. However, a 3 day period gives a much better impression of an average day in a SDET’s life than just some random day… Wednesday, May 26 th 9am – Arrive at work. I love my Gortex jacket...
1 Jun 2004
Whidbey VS Settings Category Created
I’ve finally made up my mind to blog here about other VS features, instead of just Accessibility. Note that I’m not calling Accessibility a feature by any means. Accessibility is just like Localization, Security, Logo, and so forth – it is a standard. Feel free to contact me or comment...
10 Jan 2004
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