Programs, like FIRST, are important because they are creating the next generation of leaders and doers. Through the programs, the kids learn to work together to make the world a better place. If I can make a difference with just one kid, then I feel I have accomplished my goal of helping shape our future leaders make the world a better place.
In this post, App Dev Manager Ruth Ferland shares her experience volunteering through TEALS to promote Computer Science and the education of kids in her community.
For School Year 2017-18, I decided to volunteer for TEALS (https://www.tealsk12.org/). TEALS stands for Technology Education and Literacy in Schools.
This post is from Senior ADMs, Bill Bevan and Joseph Flanigen, who discuss incorporating accessibility into the product lifecycle in a sustainable way, including business and design requirements, leadership roles and responsibilities, design vs. remediation projects, and assessing legal risk.
For the seventh year,
This post is provided by Senior ADM, Cissy Ho, who spotlights an “Hour of Code” to inspire others through technology and shares information on how you can too.
As a part of working in Premier Developers and Microsoft Canada, I am honored
Premier Support for Developers is available in various regions worldwide. Representing our Canadian team, Application Development Manager, Adlene Sifi, provides our first French post on DevOps Diversity and Inclusion.
Malgré les années, il demeure difficile de définir clairement ce qu’est DevOps.
This post is by Application Development Manager, Katie Konow, who highlights that when it comes to productive teams, key contributors, and personal growth– listening can be a differentiator.
What does listening have to do with technology?
Listen in while I run through how being a great listener can help you progress in your career.
When we started the Premier Developer blog, we wanted it to be a reflection of our team, our business, and the things we are passionate about. Unlike many Microsoft blogs that focus on one technology or product, you may notice we cover a lot of ground here.
When we started the Premier Developer blog, we wanted it to be a reflection of our team and business. Unlike many Microsoft blogs that focus on one technology or product, you may notice we cover a lot of ground here. Sometimes post topics are technical in nature,
As part of our effort to further represent the diversity of developers and the regions we support, we are happy to announce several posts translated to Spanish for our Latin American audience. The posts can be easily filtered by LATAM or Region_LATAM tags.
David S. Lipien, a Director in Microsoft’s Premier Services, collaborated with Stephen Barnes and Katie Konow to highlight the value of team diversity in application development. They are all part of the Enterprise Services Business, enabling clients to leverage IT for business success in the cloud and on the ground.