Head in the Clouds

As a software architect, my head is often in the clouds, dreaming of the future. And the future is increasingly in the cloud...

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  • Blog Post: VSTA and Generics

    VSTA has been officially released now, in InfoPath in the 2007 Office System, and for use by third parties in the VS SDK. So we're getting our first batch of feature requests. Far and away the biggest request so far is generic support. Admittedly, generic support for VSTA hosts is limited. I know it...
  • Blog Post: Categories

    Those of you who have been following my blog will note that I have retroactively added some categories. I hadn't bothered with categories in the past because almost all of my posts have been about MAF. Well, now that MAF is a real thing, we (meaning my team here at MS) are actively building two products...
  • Blog Post: Jobs on the VSTO and VSTA Teams at Microsoft

    We are hiring! Would you like to help realize the vision of Office as a development platform? Do you want your work integrated into every one of the hundreds of millions of desktops that have Office installed? Are you looking for a role where you can influence the product strategy and make a significant...
  • Blog Post: VSTA CTP Released

    Just a quick note to reinforce the announcement of the VSTA SDK Community Technical Preview. This CTP contains all of the MAF pieces and more. Feel free to download it and play around with managed addins! All of the info you need about how to get it and how to get started is already on our VSTA blog...
  • Blog Post: PDC 05: Visual Studio Tools for Applications Announced

    Today we announced Visual Studio Tools for Applications (VSTA). As Eric Rudder said, think of VSTA as the next generation of VBA. But is far more powerful, with the entire power of the .NET Framework, Visual Studio, and C# and VB .NET. This morning at 11, the TLN 205 is all about VSTA. We had to give...
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