We are holding our C# SDR meetings this week in Redmond with some of our best customers
who come from a wide variety of backgrounds. The discussion is great and the feedback
we're getting will help us build better products that help solve real-world customer
problems. Keller blogged
about this yesterday, but in reading his post, I realized I'm not sure what SDR
stands for.  I always thought that SDR stood for Strategic Design
Review, not Software Design Review. Wikipedia's
only definition for SDR is a type of RAM memory, Whatis.com points
to Software-Defined Radio and AcronymSearch finds
five matches with the closest one being System Design Review.

If you know the right answer, let me know 🙂

Comments (7)
  1. steven says:

    heh – at the end of the first sentence I was saying out loud "what’s an SDR?" Glad I’m not the only one for whom it’s less than 100% clear.

  2. Brian Keller says:

    Hmmm… let’s settle on "SOMETHING Design Review" 🙂

  3. I think its Strategic Design Review … or is it?

  4. Prashant says its "Strategic", I say we stick with plain old SDR 🙂

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