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Now that we have the team blog going I thought it’d be useful to share a few of what we see as essential resources. You’ll see links to these at the side of this page as well and I’m sure we’ll add more links over time.
You can find my own blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/dmassy
Internet Explorer Program Management team
There are lots of useful resources for Internet Explorer that we’d like to point out to you in case you are not familiar with them.
- Blogs – There are the blogs that we link to on the left from members of the Internet Explorer team at Microsoft containing useful hints and tips and giving you an idea of how we work, this blog will help give you further insight into the team.
- The Internet Explorer Developer Center on MSDN – this area of MSDN contains links to articles and the reference pages for HTML and CSS in Internet Explorer that form an indispensable resource for a web developer.
- Channel 9 – Channel 9 is an area where you can see more of the inside of Microsoft with videos of people at Microsoft talking about the projects they work on. Maybe we’ll have some of the Internet Explorer team up there soon! There are also forums where you can introduce your own topics for discussion and you’ll often find members of the Internet Explorer team joining in and responding.
The Internet Explorer team welcomes all the feedback that we receive. One of the best places to leave feedback is on the Internet Explorer Wiki which is hosted on Channel 9. By placing feedback and requests here you can be sure that the Internet Explorer team will read it.