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 http://msdn.microsoft.com/vcsharp/ 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 weblogs.asp.net right onto MSDN.


Comments (6)

  1. Sam Gentile says:

    Duncan,

    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!