Mary Jo Foley’s Industry View on the Developer Opportunity

ZDNet's All About Microsoft blog editor and frequent commentator on all things Microsoft, Mary Jo Foley, gives an industry take on the Developer Opportunity made possible with the recent announcements for Windows, Windows Phone, Windows Azure, and Visual Studio 2012 and answers questions from the live chat and conversation on the Canadian Developer Connection LinkedIn group.

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Mary Jo Foley and I had a great conversation and covered a lot of different areas. Now that you’ve heard about the developer opportunity from different angles – a developer’s perspective from Richard Campbell and an industry perspective from Mary Jo Foleywhat’s your take on the developer opportunity? Share your thoughts, opinions, and stories in the Canadian Developer Connection group on LinkedIn.

While you’re at it, do you have something in mind that you’d like Mary Jo to comment on? Comment on the discussion in the group and I’ll get Mary Jo to respond!

Mary Jo Foley
Mary Jo Foley has been a tech journalist for more than 25 years. She has worked for a variety of tech publications and Web sites, including PCWeek/eWeek, CRN and ZDNet. She is the editor of the "All About Microsoft" blog on ZDNet, and the author of the book "Microsoft 2.0: How Microsoft Plans to Stay Relevant in the Post-Gates Era" (John Wiley & Sons). She also is the co-host of the Windows Weekly show on the TWiT network and a frequent commentator and speaker on all things Microsoft-related on TV, radio, podcasts and at industry events.

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