Windows Live Dev Beta launched

The Windows Live Dev site has launched today in beta mode at http://dev.live.com . Windows Live Dev is your one-stop shop for the Windows Live Platform, including information on getting started with Windows Live services, latest documentation and APIs, samples, access to community areas and relevant blogs, and announcements of future releases and innovations. Windows […]

The Windows Live Dev site has launched today in beta mode at http://dev.live.com .

Windows Live Dev is your one-stop shop for the Windows Live Platform, including information on getting started with Windows Live services, latest documentation and APIs, samples, access to community areas and relevant blogs, and announcements of future releases and innovations.

Windows Live Dev is a new site and will be growing over time, adding more content and features. Please, let us know what you think of the site and what you’d like to see in the future. Post to our “Chatter” forum and start a conversation about what you’d like to see. We’ll see you there.

Ken Levy —”The Windows Live Dev site will be an dynamic and evolving web site as both a home for developers building on the Windows Live Platform as well as hosting mashups that uses technologies and services we provide. We will still have the Windows Live Developer Center at http://msdn.com/live as a landing page from the http://msdn.com site. The msdn.com/live dev center will be updated later today to update various links to the new content at dev.live, and there will be a fair amount of cross-linking between the two sites going forward. I'll post a blog entry in the near future going into more details about how dev.live is a mashup itself using msdn.com content and more, and how msdn.com/live will relate to dev.live going forward. There is a Feedback link on the dev.live home page. The devlive team will be reading all feedback we receive as we want to developers to contribute to the ideas and suggestions for this evolving Windows Live Dev site”.

Ken Levy used it 5 times and Dare used it 4 times during his first post on the new Spaces platform blog. Maybe its just me.

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