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March is Women’s History Month and what a more fitting time for our team, Microsoft Azure Engineering, to have our first post go up here on the Tech Community Blog.  


 


As a woman working in tech, I’m proud to work for a company like Microsoft, where diversity and inclusion is celebrated. This mindset also shapes the way we build our products and services. That’s where a program like Microsoft Customer Co-creation comes into play. If you haven’t heard about it, I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you more. 


 


Microsoft Customer co-creation connects you directly with engineers within the Cloud Engineering (C+ AI) organization so you can talk to them about the products you care about. Sometimes this could mean playing an early role in product and service development before a single line of code is even written. Ultimately, our hope is your feedback will result in the creation of something you’ll really love using. 


 


You can start by filling out your profile and telling us about yourself and what you’re interested in. 


 


When the right opportunity comes up, our team will contact you, let you know the topic, and ask your availability to participate in a feedback session.  


 


Your voice matters and I hope you’ll consider joining the Microsoft Customer Co-creation program and help influence the services and products you use.  

Brought to you by Dr. Ware, Microsoft Office 365 Silver Partner, Charleston SC.

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