Friday, July 16, 2010

Raytheon wins "Federal Innovation Partner of the Year" at Microsoft's 2010 Worldwide Partner Conference

Yesterday, my team was pleasantly surprised to hear the news that Raytheon won the award for "Partner of the Year" in the Federal Innovation category at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference - almost exclusively for the work we've done promoting software factories, DSLs, and other developer productivity techniques across our organization over the past year. Here's the link if you are interested in reading the press release.

We're really proud that all of the work we've done over the past year was so warmly welcomed by Microsoft. I thought we had something special going on and this kind of proves it.

As an added bonus, our chief engineer returned from the conference triumphantly this morning with the hardware in hand.

Nice! I haven't been this pumped since BoundsChecker won it's umpteenth JOLT productivity award.

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