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Excel AMA on Reddit – April 4, 2014

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Come join the Microsoft Excel Development team on Friday, April 4 at 1:00PM (PST) for the first Excel hosted AMA (what is an AMA? http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/wiki/index).  Yes, this will be run by the folks who actually work on developing and maintaining the Excel application!

Microsoft depends heavily on user feedback when they’re developing new features for the product, so this is your chance to talk directly to the team, and this is the first time they’re interacting broadly, and in real-time with Excel users at large.

Dan Battagin, Program Lead extraordinaire, and his team at Microsoft will be starting a thread on reddit.com/r/iAMA at 12:50 PM PST, and they want to hear from you, so please take time to participate.

I can tell you that having the opportunity to interact with the Excel development folks at Microsoft is always a real treat, and one that shouldn’t be missed if possible.

OK, so Dan couldn’t resist having a bit of fun…

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One Response to “Excel AMA on Reddit – April 4, 2014”

  1. elvis

    Will this be offered again in the future?

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