Iâ€™ve always liked how the Team System team work hard to provide details on what theyâ€™re up to. This is becoming more the norm on Microsoft assets (just check out the great job Beth Massi has been doing on the VSTO site for example), and so I shouldnâ€™t be surprised to see just how serious they see simple things like content management to be. as Jeff Beehler notes, the Team System team have hired a dedicated web site manager for the Team System site. Sharon Elkins is the lucky person, and she blogs here about what her plans for the site are. Hereâ€™s the Team System community site, featuring everyoneâ€™s favorite defacto Aussie: Chuck Sterling.
Why would I write a post about this? Simply because I feel that the best way Microsoft can widely reach developers is by providing consistently high quality, easily discoverable, up-to-date content. Forget all those events and outreach extravaganzas â€“ the best way to engage with developers is from a Google search result. More on my thinking on this in a future post.