New C# Home Page Design Up on MSDN

We've been playing with some new developer center home page designs, and we decided to update the C# site first. Check it out at and let me know what you think...

Of special interest to the blogging folks, notice that my blog is right on the home page... so expect regular C# updates feeding through right onto MSDN.

Comments (6)

  1. Sam Gentile says:


    Please help. The MSDN link to my article is busted and unreachable. I can’t get a hold of Frank. Please feel free to delete this comment after.

    Microsoft JScript compilation error ‘800a03f7’

    Unterminated string constant

    /library/en-us/dndotnet/html/bridge.asp, line 19

    this.description = "Sam Gentile explains the need for bridges between COM Interop and the Microsoft .NET Framework, and how bridges are implemented in the .NET Framework.


  2. Paul Gielens says:

    Great, nice clean design.

  3. Tony Pino says:

    Looks good. The blog on the homepage wasa good idea – adds a more personal presence to MSDN.

  4. Alicorn says:

    As usual, a web site that those who are running less than full screen 1024×768 cannot see right. I run 1024×768, but use the favorites bar constantly, and this pushes, at a minimum, your second/right-hand column of text to a sliver.

    Folks, realize that what YOUR screen looks like is not what everyone else’s looks like.

  5. julie lerman says:

    I like the split in the middle screen. Allows for much more content but still not looking overcrowded or spastic.

  6. Looks good – very sharp & clean design!

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