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  • Blog Post: What’s new in the Windows Dev Center part 4 (Conclusion): Forums, Samples, and Search

    We talked previously about the new look and feel, content integration, and controls for the Windows Dev Center. Also new is what we’ve referred to as “applications” that are components of the dev center. The three key applications are the samples gallery, the forums, and search. Before...
  • Blog Post: What's new in the Windows Dev Center part 3: New center controls

    So we've talked a bit about the new look and feel as well as the library. These additions to the Windows Dev Center have been part of a "bring up" that creates a more integrated experience that matches the look and feel of Metro style apps. We've also added some rather cool functionality to the center...
  • Blog Post: What's new in the Windows Dev Center? (Part 1)

    Today, we launched the new version of the Windows Dev Center . This is a major release that includes a number of very awesome updates: New look and feel Content integration with the library New forums New samples gallery New download experience New social communities Improvements...
  • Blog Post: Challenges Developers Face while Developing with Microsoft, or, How Microsoft expects Developers to learn.

    After publishing a recent post, I got some feedback from developers that I have seen a number of times. “What is up with the scarce documentation that always shows up when I end up on MSDN?” This is the common plight of the Microsoft developer – they have just started developing or...
  • Blog Post: Windows Developer Center Roundup for 03.18.2011

    The following updates were perfomed this week for the center: We released some updates to the Accessibility Center . I highlighted the best Windows Touch samples that I'm aware of in a blog post. Accessibility Center Update: The accessibility center added an impressive new training resource...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Library and our "Coverage" Standards

    CodeProject I want to preface this article that the processes described are not generic to Microsoft and are specific to my team at the time that I was writing SDK documentation. Please take this information with a grain of salt as processes on other teams (under different management, for example...
  • Blog Post: Windows Developer News for the week of August 27th 2010

    It's almost September and we'll be pushing a lot of content over the next month targeting Windows touch. There are a few screencasts in the works that cover the basics of Windows Touch and Windows programming. Keep an eye on the Windows developer center for new Windows Touch content over the next few...
  • Blog Post: Windows Developer News... Accessibility tools, Windows SDK Download, Windows Phone 7...

    It's been a slow week as far as announcements are concerned. We have been going through our infamous review process at Microsoft and this period of time is typically pretty slow in the office. In the Windows Developer world, there have been no dramatic releases or updates to software. As such, I'll take...
  • Blog Post: Significant update to the Windows Developer Center goes LIVE!!!

    We have made a rather significant update to the Windows developer center today. This update incorporates design changes, improving access to Windows features and top development tasks, incorporates content updates, and makes it easier to find Windows forums. I’ll try and break the updates down by type...
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