Here’s the 14th post in our series of guest posts by Microsoft Most Valued Professionals (MVPs). Since the early 1990s, Microsoft has recognized technology champions around the world with the MVP Award . MVPs freely share their knowledge, real-world experience, and impartial and objective feedback to help people enhance the way they use technology . Of the millions of individuals who participate in technology communities, around 4,000 are recognized as Microsoft MVPs. This post is by David Wesst , who is an Internet Explorer MVP. David here. As the saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words,” yet in software development we usually resort to text-based descriptions when defining features. The Visual Studio team has given us the ability to move from text-based to picture-based descriptions ...read more