Comments (30)

  1. Jingfen says:

    Will normal user allowed to post blog entry after this integration?

  2. Sean Jenkin says:

    Not at this time... Hosting and writing for an MSDN Blog is only available to Full Time Microsoft employees at this time. It is something we've been considering but aren't yet ready to make that change. Thanks!

  3. howardm says:

    how do i create an msdn blog as a microsoft employee?

  4. howardm says:

    how do i associate my @hotmail.com account to my @microsoft.com account?

  5. Typhoon87 says:

    Has this been started or has it been completed?

  6. SeanJenkin says:

    The work has now been completed.

    As an Microsoft Employee, please visit http://bloginfo while on Corpnet for more information.

    The blogs do not work with @microsoft.com Live ID accounts. Information regarding associating your Live ID to your domain alias was sent in email.

  7. Nana's Lich says:

    Your email address is already in use by another user, NanaLich.

    In order to complete account creation you must first change the private email that is set for the user NanaLich. Please sign out and then sign in with the Windows Live ID associated to the NanaLich account. Modify the private email and then reattempt to create this account.

    If you do not recognize this user NanaLich, please use the site feedback form to report this problem so that we can assist you in creating your account.

    Since I don't get a blog profile at all, how could I fix this problem?

  8. SeanJenkin says:

    @Nana's Lich - do you have another Live ID you've used before? You may have signed in and then set the private email address to a different email than your Live ID? If you log in with that other Live ID, you can then go into Settings to change the Private Email address. Once changed, you can then sign in with the new Live ID.

  9. Susan says:

    I'm now getting new user sign ups in the master RSS feed.  Is that normal?

  10. Egil says:

    I cannot login after this change. It tells me that a user with my email address already exists, and that I should login with the Live ID account that is associated with that email address to change the associated email on the "old" account.

    I was however logging in with that live ID account, I only have one, so I am stuck at this point. My blogs.msdn.com username is "egil".

  11. Chechu says:

    Hi could I make an MSDN blog

  12. Larry G W says:

    I have a spelling error in my username (stupid typo, fat fingers).  How can I go about changing it to the proper spelling?

  13. Annoyed@StupidChanges says:

    I used to have a Blog that was created under my @microsoft.com and now I am unable to access it anymore. I am required now to sign-in at Microsoft.com under my Domainusername. Every time I try to sign-in at that page I get the "Sorry, we cannot sign you in to this service with your @MICROSOFT.COM ID.".

    If it was the intention with the new changes that Microsoft Employees would get locked out of their Blogs and thus quit Blogging then it was a successful project.

  14. Jeff Wharton says:

    I am trying to sign into blogs.msdn.com and get the error below.  I am Jeff Wharton and my private email is my Windows Live ID and it's what I use to sign-in to MSDN/Technet Forums.  i don;t want to change my provate email as everything I do is based around it.  How can I sign in to blogs.msdn.com and link it to my EXISTSING Windows Live ID?

    Sorry! We can't create your account right now.

    Your email address is already in use by another user, Jeff Wharton.

    In order to complete account creation you must first change the private email that is set for the user Jeff Wharton. Please sign out and then sign in with the Windows Live ID associated to the Jeff Wharton account. Modify the private email and then reattempt to create this account.

    If you do not recognize this user Jeff Wharton, please use the site feedback form to report this problem so that we can assist you in creating your account.

    Thanks.

  15. vishalishere says:

    I have an Msdn blog but i am unable to make any post.. i see no option now to make a blog post.. i was inactive for quite some time now but want to be back in community.. please help

  16. Roberto Pozo says:

    Hi everyone! If you have troubles for login into your account, need send a feedback to MSDN blogs click on Provide Site Feedback on MSDN Blogs on home page or go to this url lab.msdn.microsoft.com/.../contactus.aspx and in few minutes the team can resolved your access trouble.

    Regards

  17. The integrated environment is very beautiful to work with.  Awesome.

  18. Why is that we don't have asp.net forums integrated into msdn yet. Is there any plans of integrating the same in future.

  19. How do I post in my blog...?

  20. How to write the technet blog says:

    Hello John,

    I would like to know how am i able to write the blogs by myself. because I cannot write it at this time or not the interface to do it.

    Hope your help!

  21. Hello Buddy,

    I want to post my blog, how to? i don't look button post or dashboard blog in my page.

  22. How do you post to your blog? I've created one but have no clue on how too!

  23. may i post my blog with my mother language ?

  24. JuanPa Caamano says:

    How i do a new post?

  25. John M Wood says:

    To everyone asking how to post blogs - the MSDN and TechNet blogs are reserved for Microsoft employees only.  If you are a MSFT employee, please send me an email request and I will help you get setup for blogging.

  26. It took me a while to understand that only Microsoft employees can create blogs here. You could present this crucial information a bit clearer. It's not obvious to a visitor.

  27. Bogus Exception says:

    @Papageno ...no sh*t... It would be nice if that info was in bold print somewhere OBVIOUS...

    And why can't we make our own, anyway? What exactly is everyone afraid of?

  28. It seems 5 years passed since the posting. And many users still ask the same question: Why many talented developers from across the world have no chances to create their blogs on the Microsoft platform? Do you have any idea in this regard?

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