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We've had a great time here on the UK MSDN Blog over the past few years, but it's time to move to a new home. We've thought long and hard about how we run social media for developers in the UK and have decided to create a brand new site for all UK developer content, including how to's, industry news, events coverage and peer to peer stories. Why not take a look?
Don't worry - MSDN as a programme - including MSDN subscriptions - isn't going anywhere. It just means our UK specific blog content is moving to a new location. While we might be sitting in a new pad, we’re still the same team, posting the same content on .NET, the cloud, Windows, apps, phone and the web. And of course the global MSDN brand remains very close to our hearts.As part of the move, we have a new Twitter handle, @msdevuk, and we'll be retiring @ukmsdn. Within the next few weeks @msdevuk will become the single account on Twitter related to everything from the Microsoft dev team in the UK (as its name hopefully suggests…). Make sure you're following @msdevuk to keep on top of events, news, views and discussions.
We'd welcome your thoughts on the change - please comment below or email us and tell us what you think!
What is the rss feed to replace www.microsoft.com/.../rss.xml
Its looks impressive. Is there any RSS feed for new post?
What about the RSS feed, is that moving too? I couldn't see an RSS link on the new site.
Hi - we're working on the RSS feed this week, will add a link on the homepage under the 'social media' section and tweet the link. Sorry for the delay!
Thanks for your patience - the RSS feed for the new site is live here www.microsoft.com/.../articles.atom