Christopher Brumme, architect on the .NET CLR team, has one of the more famous Microsoft weblogs.
His posts often run 11,000 words and everytime he writes a post he gets lots of links from all over the Internet.
Here he talks about why he started his blog.
Do you have a technical blog? What…
released a new version of Photo Story. It's a really great new way to share your digital photos with other people. Try it out, it's free (for people who own Windows XP).
In this video Vladimir Rovinsky, lead program manager on the Photo Story team, demonstrates Photo Story for…
Flight Simulator is one of Microsoft's coolest products. After all, what's cooler than being able to fly a Boeing 747 around the world?
It might not sound geeky enough for Channel 9, but there's a lot of technology in Flight Simulator.
And, there's a sizeable team of developers and testers who…
XML Tools team has released the XSLT Profiler Addin for VS 2008 - a quick and reliable performance analysis profiler tool that assists in the development and debugging of XSLT documents. The XSLT Profiler Addin for VS 2008 allows developers to measure, evaluate,
and target performance-related…
Amanda Silver is a program manager on the Visual Basic team.
We wondered what VB 6 programmers needed to know about Visual Basic.NET.
We also asked her to tell us the three things that make a great Visual Basic programmer.
In a separate video we just uploaded Amanda talks about VB's lineage…
Here's a small team that shipped a cool product today,
Photo Story 3, that helps you make great "stories" from your digital photos.
We sat down with the team who wrote the product so you could get an idea of how a software-development team at Microsoft works. You meet:
In this short demo, we would like to show you a feature of XmlEditor in Visual Studio. XmlEditor has the support for converting a DTD into a Xml Schema with "Create Schema" button. Errors in DTD is automatically reported after the conversion. We also
support XDR Schemas.
This is a different kind of video. It's not of someone talking about a Microsoft product.
It's about a Microsoft employee's hobby.
We think you'll find his hobby to be pretty darn interesting, though. He tore apart his car, put Windows XP, WiFi, GPS, and other things, into his car, and put it…