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.


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


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…



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.


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…


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.


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…


Some UI Design craft

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


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…


Pedro (re)joins the team.

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