About 2 months ago, Steven Sinofsky and Jon DeVaan started the “Engineering Windows 7” blog. The instant I saw the blog, I wanted to contribute to the blog (because I love writing :)).
I spent a fair amount of time thinking about what to write about and realized that one thing that wasn’t likely to be discussed was how the actual software engineering process of Windows 7 worked – not the data behind particular features, but how the hard core engineering work was managed. So I wrote it and submitted it to Steven and Jon.
My article (it’s too long to be considered a “post”) went live on the Engineering 7 blog sometime last night.