So I’ve decided to try my hand at blogging. Why?
First, it gives me a central place to put information, where hopefully you and I always find it and refer to it. I do my best to participate in the Microsoft public newsgroups, and this way I can post information once and always refer back to it. Also I can post information that wasn’t explicitly requested, in hopes it can help you discover new things.
Second, it gives you another way to find me, ask questions, suggest new content, complain, make fun of me, etc.
And it’s a less structured way to express myself, show you that developers at Microsoft are human beings too :-), and demonstrate that I not only care about the products I work on, I care about the people who use them.
So let’s see how this goes. I’m not always the most active or responsive person in our community; I actually have to write code now and then so sometimes I’m heads-down on a project. Or more likely, context-switching between a bunch of things at once. But I’ll try to fit in some quality time on the side.
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