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March, 2007

  • Somasegar's blog

    Visual Studio turns 10!

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    This year, the Visual Studio family is celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Visual Studio. Whenever you hit a major milestone, it’s worthwhile to reflect on the journey. Visual Studio has helped our developers, customers and partners to be successful...
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    Defy All Challenges

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    I am not necessarily the best creative guy or the best marketing guy. But even I know that we could do more in terms of being creative in our marketing and advertising to better resonate with people. A little over a year ago, my team released a...
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    Innovation and Recognition

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    Technology innovation with a view to enabling customer scenarios is what we predominantly do at Microsoft and in the Developer Division. I always say that we can be successful in the market and with our customers only as long as we provide the best value...
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    MVPs are in town!

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    Every two years, Microsoft holds a summit for MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals) - people who are recognized for their outstanding technical community participation. They are nominated annually by their peers and Microsoft employees for voluntarily sharing...
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    Gender specific or gender neutral?

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    I am a big fan of making sure that the work environment (that I am a part of at least) is highly conducive for people from all walks of life to be able to be a part of, do their very best and be successful in the way each of them defines success. As...
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    VS 2005 SP1 Update for Windows Vista

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    Yesterday, we released the Visual Studio 2005 SP1 Update for Windows Vista . Visual Studio developers already have a good experience on Windows Vista but this addresses certain specific concerns to give developers an even better experience when...
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    Beginner Developer Learning Center launched

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    Today, we launched the Beginner Developer Learning Center (BDLC) – a centralized learning environment specifically targeted at beginning programmers. Since we released the Microsoft Visual Studio Express Editions, we have had over 10 million downloads...
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