Ultimate Ears on Channel 10 – Part 1

On June 15th, I informally hosted some folks from Ultimate Ears on the Microsoft campus in one of the cafeterias. During their visit, I invited the folks from the Channel 10 team to stop by to do a video interview for on10.net. The video they created is a compilation of edited video material from Ultimate…

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VSX Community Letter for July 2007 posted on VSX Team blog

Yesterday I posted the VSX Community Letter for July 2007 on the VSX Team blog. This is the first in a series of ongoing monthly letters to the Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX) community. The letter is also highlighted on the http://msdn.com/vsx/ developer center. The general theme of each community letter is a summary of information…

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Ultimate Ears visits Microsoft in Redmond on June 15th

Ultimate Ears visits Microsoft June 15th, building 34/35 cafeteriaMike Dias from L.A. based Ultimate Ears is up here in Redmond visiting the main Microsoft campus on Friday June 15th from 11:00am to 6:00pm in the building 34/35 cafeteria. This is Mike’s second visit to Microsoft, and all Microsoft employees are invited to stop by to…

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VSX Team Blog and VSX Developer Center

An update on a few things I’m working on relative to the new VSX community building including a team blog and the msdn.com site for VS extensibility. I created the new VSX Team Blog recently and kicked off the steady blog activity (the 5 entries this week all listed below) while here at TechEd 2007,…

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Sara Ford commands ScooterCam-1 at TechEd07

At TechEd 2007, Sara Ford drives what she calls ScooterCam-1 to get around the conference due to her injured leg from a recent hiking incident (see her blog post Not broken after all). The name ScooterCam is derived from the fact that she hooked up a camcorder to the scooter using duct tape to record…

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New VSX Team blog, the search for Dr. Ex, going to MIX07

There’s a new VSX Team Blog created as part of my community activities on the VS Tools Ecosystem team. Some news and fun kick of a few of the first blog posts there.You’ll see in one of the first posts on the new VSX team blog some comments and a fun short video about my…

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From product planner to program manager

This week I took on a newly created position at Microsoft, as community program manager on the Visual Studio Ecosystem team focusing on developer community for VSX (Visual Studio Extensibility). The VSX community includes developers who build add-ins (tools, editors, designers, languages, and more) for Visual Studio using the VS SDK found at the VSX…

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