Unfortunately, just not publishing this information isn't enough to stop some people from contacting me via those methods. Here's a hint: If I don't make it easy to contact me via phone, it's because I don't want to be contacted by phone. I don't even like it when my family and coworkers call me, let alone people I don't know, asking me for help with a problem to which I don't know the answer.
My comment policy is simple:
Stop spamming me, you shitheads!
KC, thanks for your blog.
Are there any other bloggers at Microsoft who have good information on MSF roles in practice? We are implementing a move to MSF at work, and it is useful for me to be able to point to blogs like yours where real people talk about issues with being Program Managers (or Product Managers or User Experience people and so on...)
Keep up the good work!
Sorry, this was not the appropriate place to put this comment, however all of the topics in the Program Management thread are now closed for comments.
Gretchen & Zoe talk about it occasionally (http://blogs.msdn.com/jobsblog), and I try to link to others who talk about PMing when I find it. blogs.msdn.com/micahel talks a lot about testing too. I would recommend just browsing the list of bloggers on blogs.msdn.com.