This is the final video in the MSDN Wiki interview series. In this segment, I talked with Fabrice and Molly about
the MSDN Internationalization Wiki.
I love language - the living ones, the dead ones, the spoken ones, the ones nobody speaks anymore, C# - and I had a lot of questions in my head…
When you're in charge of something so large, so easily modified by the public, and so potentially impactful, how do you actually
Accuracy, relevance, usefulness, language, abuse, and more - these are just a few things that might keep you up at night if you're one of the people…
[Note: Looks like I made a couple small mistakes while chunking the original interview up into smaller pieces. While it
looked like they were ending at exactly the right time, it appears each video has an extra second or two of talking that I meant to cut off. The result is that the video stops…
This short video is the first of a four part series in which I sat down with Fabrice Fonck and Molly Bostic to talk about the MSDN DevWiki project.
As usual, I walked in thinking I already had a good grasp on the subject, but quickly found out that things were much more complex than I ever would…
Anand Iyer is an old friend of mine. We met on
the MSDN Events team.
We did not, however work together all that much. The MSDN Events team is distributed, with different employees living in different states.
When I was still there, I was living in Portland and being managed by a guy who…
Is coding a chore for you? Well, MSDN’s new Coding for Fun site will change all of that! Come and see some fun ways to have fun with software.Check out the Coding4Fun Website. Also, be sure to download and install your favorite flavor of
Now that MSDN has a Product Feedback Center
where developers can report, and look up bugs they've found in Visual Studio 2005, we wondered if there were any bugs that would be pulled out of the database. Turns out there are some scenarios in which that'd happen, and Sara talks about those.
Sara Williams, head of MSDN, talks about how to write a great bug report. MSDN, earlier this week, turned on the
MSDN Product Feedback Center, which is where you can report (and look up) bugs in the next version of Visual Studio.
One of the questions we often get is "how can I know whether or not Microsoft is listening to my Visual Studio 2005 bug reports?"Thanks to MSDN's new Product Feedback Center
you can search through existing bug reports, report new bugs, and also track what Microsoft does with those bug…