Quan is blogging

Quan To, our top-notch, shiny new program manager on the team, is blogging. I’m sure it’s going to be fabulous (no expectation setting there then Quan 😉 )  Welcome to the team.

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Keyvan writes on eXtensibility

I just found Keyvan Nayyeri’s blog. He’s got some great articles on Visual Studio eXtensibility and even more interestingly, he’s writing a book for Wiley/Wrox entitled “Professional Visual Studio Add-ins and Extensions with C#”. Now I’m very much looking forward to that. Technorati Tags: VSX, Visual Studio, Visual Studio eXtensibility

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Catching up

I’ve obviously been coding in a dark cell too much of late as there are a few things I’ve just noticed.   Erik Gunvaldson is blogging.  He’s got a lot of insight into DSL and Software Factory uptake in the real world of large services companies which I hope he’ll share and some great news…

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Feedburner

Just a quick note to say that I’ve switched my RSS feed to indirect via FeedBurner so I can get some easy stats. Please let me know if it causes you any problems.

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Computer says …

OK, so this is a bit of a gimmick, but the geek in me couldn’t resist it (I made some excuse to myself about striving for greater accessibility).There’s now a link on my blog page to get a podcast of this blog read to you in glorious speech-synthesizer-o-voice. You can get the podcast feed at http://www.feed2podcast.com/podcast/56476192.xml…

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Welcome George

No sooner have we released the latest CTP then we have another blogger online talking about a T4 feature that’s going to be in the NEXT CTP after that!   Please welcome another of the talented developers from the DSL Tools team, George Mathew.

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Ignore this test post

I try not to do this, but I’m tracking down an issue with my client software. Normal service will be resumed etc…

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Some UI Design craft

From simplegeek Jan Mikovsky is blogging on UI design craft…  Subscribed.

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Old New Blogging Client: CSBlogger

I’ve just picked up a new version of an old favourite blogging client, CSBlogger by our own Guoquiang Wu.  This was a bit flaky after the blogs.msdn.com move to Community Server (what wasn’t?) but now seems to be solid again.  Recommended.  This app is also a great example of what InfoPath is all about as a…

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Pedro (re)joins the team.

Pedro Silva is coming back to work with us as a developer on the DSL Tools.  Welcome Back Pedro.

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