Scott Swanson, lead program manager on the Whidbey Help team (Whidbey is the code-name for the next version of Visual Studio, aka Visual Studio 2005) talks about his history here at Microsoft and opens the discussion of help in Whidbey.
In later videos (coming over the next week) he discusses…
Holy cow! Look at all these devices. Across the hall from Mike Hall's office is the Windows CE device lab. Mike, Technical Product Manager on the Windows CE team, gives us a 10-minute tour of the devices which range from retail point of sale devices, to
exercise bikes, to even sewing…
Longhorn is at least two years away from shipping, so why would Microsoft release a preview of Longhorn so early?
What advice would he have for developers who want to try out the previews released at WinHec or the PDC?
Richard Turner is a program manager on the Indigo team (Indigo is the code-name for the technology that you'll use in the future to communicate between applications or services).
What would be the first thing about Indigo that he'd show a VB programmer, we wondered. Here's the answer.
Robert Williams is an executive with the Tablet PC team and he talks about how the Tablet PC team works to come up with new features.
This team is representative of many that work at Microsoft. Developers, User Experience experts, Architects, and Evangelists all work together to bring out…