Fixing WinHEC – Part 2

  In my last posting, I presented how to fix WinHEC from the attendee’s point of view.  This post will look at why it is critical for Microsoft to get it right.  For the last 10 years, the Windows group has been waging a war to improve driver quality.  In that time, many great tools and initiatives have aided the development of better drivers.   But there are still a lot missing items, and unfortunately, Redmond seems disconnected from some of the problems of the driver community.   Yes, a number of us try to call this out, but even the most … Continue reading Fixing WinHEC – Part 2