Microsoft bloggers frequently blog their interest for receiving your feedback on ideas to improve our products and content. Of course, this is mutually beneficial; you obtain a product that meets your needs, and we enjoy the benefit of selling a product people want.
Most Team System bloggers have blogged on topics that included requests for feedback, or mentioned the value of feedback received. Here is just a sample from the past few days:
- Mario Rodriguez – Check-In Policies Pack Feedback Request
- Brian Harry – The Next TFS Power Toy Release
- David Chesnut – Confusion over the Security Section
- Team System Doc Team – New and updated content is live on MSDN!
- Matt Nunn – Bringing DB Pro to SD Best Practices in Boston
- Buck Hodges – Sample reports that use the TFS reporting feature
- Jeff Beehler – What are value propositions anyway?
- Me – Fishing for Answers to Team System Questions
Here’s an example from outside Team System, but from a blog I follow:
- Mike Pope – Documenting ASP.NET declarative syntax
Last week we also hosted an online chat, which gave over 100 people the opportunity to interact with members of the product team in realtime to provide feedback and raise their favorite issue. Either respond to the blog posts above, participate in the next online chat, or simply visit Microsoft Connect to let your voice be heard.