Monthly Archives: January 2007

Weather or Not

(From the Archive – 2/3/06) A lot of people have posted wish list threads and sent in suggestions for things they’d like to see in the next version of Flight Sim. Most of us that work on it do the … Continue reading

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Comparing Apples to Really Expensive Apples

Gone Tropos? (From the Archive – 1/15/06) There was an interesting post in the new FSX forum on AVSIM the other day expressing hope that the airport environments in FSX will look as good as those seen in a promotional … Continue reading

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Software Testers Eat Steak!

(From the Archive – 1/14/06) Now that I’ve explained exactly what a Software Test Engineer does, the question burning in most minds is certainly “How could I learn to be a Software Test Engineer? I want to earn big money, play … Continue reading

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On the Other Hand

(From the Archive – 1/13/06) If you really want to see what the life of a software tester isn’t like, you could dive into the nearest cultural dumpster and flush 87 minutes of your life down this cinematic low-flow toilet . … Continue reading

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(Not Such) A Hard Day’s Night

(From the Archive – 1/13/06) It occurred to me that I don’t spend a lot of time here talking about what I actually do for Microsoft on the Flight Simulator team. It has occurred to a number of people, especially … Continue reading

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Hoi van Microsoft naar FS Magazine!

(From the Archive – 12/13/05) Just a short note to say "Hoi" and "Dank u" (I hope those are correct – if not, I’ll try to get it right next time) to our new friends at FS Magazine in the … Continue reading

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Blink, Or Don’t, And You’ll Miss Me

From the Archive – 12/11/05 I am an attention miser (perhaps a distant cousin of Heat and Snow) . . . . I tend to pay it out in very small doses (as my friend Knat said in her brilliant article, … Continue reading

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