Os blogs e blogueiros da Microsoft

Muita vezes me perguntaram acerca dos blogs mais interessantes escritos pelo pessoal da Microsoft. Eu já conhecia alguns, por exemplo, os blogs do Fernando Cima e do Fernando Lemos, que fazem parte do meu Blogroll. Navegando quase que aleatoriamente, encontrei aqui uma lista com vários blogs interessantes, a qual segue abaixo:

  1. Sprague WebLog Linguistics and other thoughts at Microsoft
  2. Keith Combs
  3. Seattle Duck
  4. See Win App Jim Nakashima’s Cider Chronicles (WPF Client Development Tools)
  5. Heather’s Marketing at MS Blog
  6. Frank Arrigo Australia
  7. Ian McAllister Windows Live program manager
  8. Jensen Harris Office user interface blog
  9. Nadyne a Macintosh girl in a Microsoft world
  10. Rick Schaut

  1. Canadian IT Pro BlogTeam blog by MS Canada IT Pro advisors. Technology and a whole lot more!
  2. Georgeo Pulikkathara, MSDN Webcasts Weblog
  3. Will Kennedy Outlook
  4. David Gainer – Excel
  5. Steven Sinofsky’s Microsoft TechTalk
  6. Chris Pratley – OneNote
  7. IE Blog
  8. Eileen BrownMessaging and Collaboration Evangelism from the UK
  9. SharePoint Blog
  10. Mini-Microsoft Criticism from inside MS
  11. Kim Pallister MS Casual Games
  12. Clare Dillon
  13. Robert Burke Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Ireland (.NET, AI, Photography and the occasional Moose)
  14. G. Andrew Duthie Developer Evangelist
  15. Clemens Vasters Community Relations Program Manager for the Windows Communication Foundation and creator of dasBlog
  16. John Bristowe Canadian Developer Evangelist
  17. Larry Osterman Longtime MS guy who likes to tell stories
  18. Rob Caron Go-To blog if you want to learn about Team Systems
  19. Developer Division leadership team VPs, GMs, PUMs etc in DevDiv
  20. Steve Teixeira Director of Partner Strategy for Visual C++
  21. Herb Sutter Microsoft Software Architect for C++
  22. Betsy Aoki MS online community zealot
  23. Raymond Chen’s “The Old New Thing”Hardcore Win32 programming, old-time MS nostalgia and occasional strange tidbits.
  24. John Howard,IT Pro Evangelist, UK
  25. Evan Dodds – Technet guy, MS Exchange Server
  26. Kim Cameron – Architect of Identity and Access
  27. Daniel Kirstenpfad – Senior Student Partner Microsoft Germany
  28. Stefan Goßner – Escalation Engineer, Microsoft Content Management Server Topics
  29. Ward Pond – SQL Server 2000/SQL Server 2005
  30. Erik Porter
  31. Michael “The Braidy Tester” Hunter – Tester and occasional song writer
  32. Tobin Titus – IIS UE
  33. Chris Sells
  34. Mackenzie, Duncan – Duncan Mackenzie’s Code/Tea/Etc. (a development focused blog)
  35. Mike Hall – Mike Hall’s Windows Embedded Blog
  36. SBS – The Official Small Business Server Blog
  37. Euan Garden – SQL Server Info
  38. Mike Gilbert – Flight Simulator PM Lead
  39. Jason Waskey – Flight Simulator Art Lead
  40. Sascha P. Corti – Developer Evangelist, Switzerland
  41. Tom Mertens – Developer Audience Manager, Belgium
  42. Tiernan OToole – Office Localization Engineer, Access, Ireland
  43. Techjunkie (aka Ahmad Mahdi) – Application Security, all things tech
  44. Clive Watson, Windows Server, UK
  45. Tom “LCS Kid” Laciano, – Live Communications Server, SEE
  46. Randy Holloway – Field technology specialist, St. Louis, MO
  47. Stephen Griffin – MAPI/Outlook/Exchange development
  48. Petergal’s SBS Blog – Petergal’s Small Business Server Blog
  49. A CRM Riff – Jim Glass talks about Microsoft Dynamic CRM 3.0
  50. Panopticon Central – Paul Vick’s VB blog
  51. Jeanie Decker, – Data Protection Manager and user assistance
  52. RandyRants.com – General blog (an SDET with MSDN)
  53. Pedro Silva – Blog about DSL Tools, VS 2005 Designers, and Winforms
  54. Tudor Toma – What’s new in Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007
  55. InfoPath Team Blog – Tips and tricks for getting the most out of Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007
  56. Doron Holan – Drivers and kernel
  57. Shawn Farkas – CLR Security
  58. Alfred Thompson Information for k-12 Computer Science teachers
  59. Tommy Suriwong – Live TV Services and old school MSNTV info. (my personal blog , asian-americana vidfilter
  60. Julien Couvreur
  61. Mark Schmidt – Mark Schmidt’s Abode covering Windows Workflow Foundation
  62. Marc Goodner – Technical Diplomat on WS-* specifications
  63. Sandeep Singh Rawat
  64. Jason Sacks – Setup in the Windows SDK
  65. Point2Share – Point2Share – A casual blog about SharePoint by Daniel McPherson
  66. Ray Ozzie the one and only
  67. Chris Hollander Personal Blog of a Public Sector Microsoft Consultant
  68. Larry Hryb aka ‘Xbox Live’s Major Nelson’ The Xbox Live Blog and podcast
  69. Adam Nathan Win32 to WinFX Blog
  70. David Weller DirectX, Xbox, and XNA blog
  71. Alex Barnett Alex Barnett blog
  72. Michael Klucher XNA Blog
  73. Savas Parastatidis – Personal and technology (especially distributed computing)
  74. Tod Hilton – a grunt developer
  75. Steve Lamb – Security Matters – Evangelism from the UK
  76. Michael Lehman – Adventures in Softwareland –
  77. Leah Pearlman – Windows Live Messenger Blog-
  78. Joe FriendWord
  79. James O’NeillUK IT Pro evangelist
  80. Steve Makofsky – Steve Makofsky’s blog on anything tech
  81. Microsoft Max Team Blog
  82. Steve Clayton A Geek in Disguise from the UK Partner Group
  83. Jeremy Kelly Escalation Engineer
  84. Kris Fuehr MS’ Biggest Partner Fan & Work/life Balance Experiment
  85. James Clarke PM on Expression
  86. Jeremy Epstein Marketing with Microsoft for Partners
  87. Eileen Rumwell Keeping Software Developers Satisfied

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