Microsoft wants your suggestions to improve the Windows Developer Blog
The success of any operating system largely depends upon its ability to satisfy user’s requirements. User feedback is therefore of utmost important to all kinds of product development. Effective feedback, both positive and negative, is very helpful in getting suggestions for improving a product, make it better or make important decisions in future. Microsoft believes in this philosophy. As such, the company is requesting its users to provide inputs for helping it improve its Windows Developer Blog.
Microsoft requests feedback
By learning more about the topics that interest you, Microsoft intends to modify its content to help you become a better developer. Says Windows Teams of Windows Developers Blog.
First of all, we can’t thank you enough for reading our blog. We put a lot of time and care into managing this site, and it means a lot that so many of you tune in regularly. That being said, we want to improve. We want to make sure that we’re giving you more than just the best possible content. We want to give you all of the content that you want, too. In order to make sure that every piece is something that you’ll want to read and share with your fellow developers, we need your input. Do you like tutorials? Updates? Interviews? Jokes? All of it? None of it at all?
Continued feedback is essential for every organization to remain aligned to its goals of developing improved products and build solid relationships with customers. Continued learning is the key to improving!
For enterprises such as Microsoft, ‘continuous improvement’ is not just a boastful catchphrase but continuing efforts to focus on its products based on feedback from across the entire organization that includes clients, employees, suppliers, vendors, and customers.
A post-graduate in Biotechnology, Hemant switched gears to writing about Microsoft technologies and has been a contributor to TheWindowsClub since then. When he is not working, you can usually find him out traveling to different places or indulging himself in binge-watching.