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Windows 7: Low-level MS guy says: Windows 7 is different, better

25 Oct 2008   #1
skunksmash

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Low-level MS guy says: Windows 7 is different, better

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This enormous and allegedly unsolicited blog entry by an “ordinary Joe developer” (is he related to the plumber?) details some of the under-the-hood stuff that’s going on with Windows 7 development. Although Ballmer has described 7 as being “Windows Vista with clean-up in user interface [and] improvements in performance,” this guy seems to think it’s a little more than that. I nursed my hope that 7 would be a completely different experience for a while, but now it seems less and less likely by the day.

Still, it seems that MS has changed up the strategy for putting things together, emphasizing smaller teams with less higher-up input. Teams called “Triads” — one developer, one tester, and one program manager — chisel away at problems and work independently. The poster says this leads to a more integrated approach to creating a feature, and more transparency in management means decisions can be made in good time with enough visibility for the teams to accommodate them.

He says they’re also not afraid to lean down in order to ship faster, which can only be a good thing considering how enormous Vista has gotten. In fact, it looks as if the time it’s taken to get Vista to a real working state may be enough that you can skip right over it with their blessing. Make this something people can put on a netbook, people. Make it something people want to upgrade to. Whether you look on Vista as a qualified success or an utter failure, we can all agree it was more of the same. We’ve really had the same Windows for a decade now. We want to love it, give us a reason!
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i found this quite interesting, especially since i keep hearing ''W7 to be Vista RC2''

SK


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25 Oct 2008   #2
Joe

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Let's see what we have here:

Joe Developer
Joe Plummer
Joe Schmoe
Joe Cool
Joe Mama
Joe Moderator

Anymore Joe's?

(lol)
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25 Oct 2008   #3
dmex

 

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