Microsoft developers on Reddit "Ask Me Anything" community

Reddit launched a new community section called “IAmA (I am a…ask me anything)” has taken off by storm by allowing interesting and sometimes notable people to answer random questions from complete strangers. Among other, three anonymous Microsofties have already stepped forward to answer several hundred questions in total. One worked on Windows Vista and Windows 7 (and will also be working […]

Reddit launched a new community section called “IAmA (I am a…ask me anything)” has taken off by storm by allowing interesting and sometimes notable people to answer random questions from complete strangers. Among other, three anonymous Microsofties have already stepped forward to answer several hundred questions in total. One worked on Windows Vista and Windows 7 (and will also be working on Windows 8), another’s a 10-year Office veteran, and the latest’s a junior Windows developer who wrote two lines of code that shipped in Windows 7. If you like what you’re seeing, head over to the original discussions to read lots more. Of course, if there’s also something on your mind you want to ask you can also submit a question.