I like to take the chance to talk directly to the development community as often as I can. I commonly use outlets such as this blog, but sometimes I get the opportunity to speak out loud instead of through my keyboard via sites like Channel9 or .NET Rocks!.
This past week has been a lot of fun to watch some amazing athletes compete in the 2008 Olympics games.
I’ve especially enjoyed watching Michael Phelps as he has become the most decorated Olympic athlete of all times. Phelps has six gold medals in six races and if he wins his next two races,
We released Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 last November. The feedback has been tremendously positive, but developers always have new ideas and suggestions for how we can improve the development experience for them.
Building on the base of great features in VS2008 and .NET 3.5,
As the 2008 Olympic Games officially kick off today – actually yesterday if you are in China – I am feeling a little jealous of those that are sitting in the front row to watch these amazing athletes do what they do best.
It seems like only recently, but is has been two years since we launched CodePlex. We launched this in Summer 2006 as Microsoft’s open source project hosting site. Our goal was, and continues to be, to provide developers with the ability to collaborate on open source projects using the tools they are most familiar with.