Posts in Engineering

SkyDrive and Windows 8.1

By Brandon LeBlanc

This blog post is part of a series of guest posts we’re publishing this week from different people in groups across Microsoft who helped us build Windows – BrandonMy name is Adam Czeisler and I am the Development Manager for… Read more

Who built that button? Now you know.

By Michael Stroh

The Microsoft News Center today offers a fun peek behind the curtain at some of the people responsible for what Slate’s Farhad Manjoo recently called “the best-looking smartphone operating system in the industry,” cornering four members of the Windows Phone engineering team… Read more

Want to know how we’re building Windows 8?

By Brandon LeBlanc

Today marks the first post on the Building Windows 8 blog (or “B8” for short). If you’d like to stay in the loop with the behind-the-scenes making-of or engineering of our next Windows release, I suggest checking it out! Read more

Windows Phone 7 – Released To Manufacturing

By Terry Myerson

Today is the day that the Windows Phone team has been driving towards, and we’re very excited to say that we’ve reached the biggest milestone for our internal team – the release to manufacturing (RTM) of Windows Phone 7!  While… Read more

More on Windows 7’s RTM Milestone

By Brandon LeBlanc

Steven Sinofsky, President of the Windows Division, discusses more about RTM of Windows 7 including a short video of the RTM sign-off Read Steven’s post Read more

A Little Peek at Changes Coming with the Windows 7 RC

By Brandon LeBlanc

I wanted to take a brief moment and highlight a post by Windows Engineering Team today discussing just some of the more visible changes coming with the Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) based directly off feedback from *you*. You should… Read more