Episode 13 is now available. See the summary below for more information. Feel free to leave your comments and suggestions below.
||Episode 13: Special Guest Rick Kingslan of Microsoft
- Greg Taylor’s article published
- Lync & Yahoo! federation end-of-life
- System Center Advisor for Lync Server 2010
- Surface Pro pricing and availability announced
- UAG 2010 SP3 in the works
- November Cumulative Update for Lync Server 2010 Conferencing Server released
- Update Rollup 5 for Exchange Server 2010 SP2 withdrawn
- Microsoft identifies issue causing Windows Phones to reboot. Plans fix in December
- Microsoft Outlook Configuration Analyzer Tool 2.0
- Remote Connectivity Analyzer
- Lync Basic client
- Rick Kingslan answer questions:
- How did you get involved in Lync?
- What’s a typical day like for you?
- What are the plans for the Lync 2013 Resource Kit
- How do you even begin to document something as large as Lync?
- Who helps write the technical documentation for Lync Server
- How does the sizing guidance testing happen?
- How is a document bug files, and what happens after that?
- How is it decided if something is supported or not?
- How is the determination made to add a blog or some online content from external sources to TechNet?
- What’s it take to be a technical writer for Microsoft?
||John Cook, Dave Stork
||Justin Morris, Tom Arbuthnot
||Rick Kingslan (Microsoft)
||Michael Van Horenbeeck
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