Visual Studio IDE Team Blog

BTW, in case you don’t already know: we have started an IDE team blog.  You can go to http://blogs.msdn.com/vside/ to read it.  I hope more people from my team will post to it soon.  The feedback you give on that blog will be sent to the entire team.  Feel free to let us know what…

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Registration Benefits

Thanks for your feedback on registration.  I have heard a variety of feedback, ranging from: “Hell no, I won’t register even if you shoot me.” to “Let me know what I will get from it and I will register.” In Whidbey, we are planning to offer the following benefits: Time-unlimited use of Express line of…

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Are you going to register your copy of Visual Studio?

Dear Customers, I have a question for all of you: why do you register Visual Studio? We are currently crafting the registration experience for you in Whidbey.  In the past, you were asked to register the product at the end of setup for one time only.  If you skip registration at that point, you really…

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Customer Experience Program in Whidbey

Hello World! This is my first blog on MSDN – so I am going to take this opportunity to talk about the new Customer Experience Program in Whidbey. Internally, the Customer Experience Program is known as SQM (Software Quality Metrics).  It is basically an infrastructure that we use to log, transfer and report on how…

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