So you want to be a guest editor on MSDN Flash?

From this week I am taking over as editor of the biweekly newsletter MSDN Flash.

I know that I'm not going to have enough to say myself to fill a column every two weeks so I would love to hear from you.

If you have a great story having worked with Microsoft technologies, if you are talking at user groups, if you've been on some great training, if you are writing books/ articles or are blogging or if you are involved in *something* related to Microsoft technologies that you really want to talk about to the wider developer community then please let me know by commenting on this post.

I also want to hear from you regarding what you think a guest editor slot in MSDN Flash should look like... what would you like to read about?

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Comments (2)

  1. Daniel Wissa says:

    I guess the guest editor slot can be used for general (not too technical) .net stuff, say academic MS events, usergroups, INETA and things like that.

  2. nparker says:

    Hi Daniel,

    Great to hear from you 🙂

    An acedemic run down on MS technology (from your perspective) is very interesting… especially considering the experiences that you have in this area.

    We will probably at some stage run an ‘Academic’ themed version of MSDN Flash, in which we will focus on this area more directly.

    As a whole MSDN Flash has a broad developer audience and we must keep the content technically interesting to that group as a whole.

    That is why I ask again what (you the audience) would like to read about?


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