12. September 2008 15:41
Being an MVP made me realize that Microsoft really listens to their customers. Of course you don't need to be an MVP to be able to communicate with Microsoft regarding bugs or future enhancements. Anyone can use the Microsoft Connect site and to do so all you need to do is have a live id and register with them. Of course there are many other ways to have your voice heard. You can connect with your local evangelist, local Microsoft Office, local User Group, MVPs in the area, or simply by posting comments on blogs or forums. Today Scott Hanselman posted a blog where you can influence many teams at Microsoft. He posted regarding the browser's UserAgent string and what you would like it to show you in regards to the .NET Framework. It's a matter of simply voting on one question. Even if you don't have the need for it or never had the need, make your opinion count. If you were to need it, what would you like for it to show? Please vote...