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Microsoft Developer Network Identity Confusion

Ellie K (1804464) writes | more than 3 years ago

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Microsoft Developer Network Blog
This is the most bizarre thing I've seen yet from Microsoft. They acknowledge, on the Developer blog, that the sign-in process for using MSDN communities, resources, forums, tutorials, API etc has confused so many DEVELOPERS that they will consider redesign. That's of some comfort to me, as I was feeling a bit confused too. This blog post was dated May 2010, I'm

Microsoft Developer Network Blog
This is the most bizarre thing I've seen yet from Microsoft. They acknowledge, on the Developer blog, that the sign-in process for using MSDN communities, resources, forums, tutorials, API etc has confused so many DEVELOPERS that they will consider redesign. That's of some comfort to me, as I was feeling a bit confused too. This blog post was dated May 2010, I'm going to check to see how it all turned out, and if I'm fortunate, I'll be able to create a second MS Live profile (apparently one isn't sufficient) and actually access the site!

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