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  • 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: The Redmond Reality Distortion Field (RDF) and Developer Documentation

    I just saw a couple of fun posts about the Redmond Reality Distortion Field (RD F ) and it really resonated with how we organize our developer documentation and how we think about our products. The gist of what the RDF means in the context of Microsoft is that we oftentimes have an unrealistic perception...
  • Blog Post: Viewing the MSDN Documentation Offline

    The Windows SDK blog posted an article on viewing the MSDN documentation offline. In this article, they explain how you can do this if you haven't installed the SDK already. I already installed the SDK so the following instructions are for changing your install to include the offline documentation. ...
  • Blog Post: Where did the accessibility tools go?

    Accessibility tools that previously shipped in the Microsoft Accessibility Package (MSAA SDK) now ship along with the Windows SDK . These tools are used to inspect messages used by screen readers to take text from applications and either speak it with text-to-speech or passes it to a Braille device....
  • Blog Post: So you found an SDK documentation bug...

    What do you do? Do you post in the forums? Do you email billg@microsoft.com ? The best way is to click the link which is on the bottom of virtually every page in the MSDN library (thanks for the correction, alimbada ) that says: "Send comments about this topic to Microsoft". This will let you...
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