The Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 – Seriously Productive, Yet Fun Tablets

Surface has evolved, with lots of feedback from many of you who have been using it in different ways, at work and at home. If you’d like, you can read the full announcement on the Surface blog. Otherwise, here’s a breakdown: Surface 2 Let’s start with the highlights of the Surface 2 – this is…


C-E-L-E-B-R-A-T-E Good Times, C’mon!

The wait is over. It all starts here. Meet Windows 8. Meet Surface. If you’re watching the webcams on Time Square right now, you’ll see everyone celebrating in and around the Microsoft Store. If they are celebrating, we shall celebrate as well! Here’s how we’re going to do it. Register for your Windows Store developer…


<What’s Up: Developers> July Edition

Here’s the news seen on this month’s episode of D³: LIVE & INTERACTiVE with guest and industry expert Mary Jo Foley. Make sure to watch the entire episode to get Mary Jo’s views on the developer opportunity we as developers have upon us. Have a great weekend! Links Windows 8 milestones announced: RTM on track…


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…


A Touchy Subject

I think that we – and by we, I mean we developers and developer evangelist types at Microsoft – get touch and tablets, or slates, or pads, or whatever you’d like to call them, better than the Ars Technica article Ballmer (and Microsoft) still doesn’t get the iPad (written by Peter Bright and posted in…

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