What do you want to see in the 2017 Windows Central Developer Program?

Our Community Manager James Falconer needs your help in gathering feedback, suggestions and other comments about the program, as well as feedback on what you'd like to see changed, removed or added.

If you're not familiar with the Windows Central Developer Program, it allows those who are admitted to gain access to a private forum in our community for work discussions. You could be featured on our main site, as well, and earn a fancy title to showcase your skills and experience within the Microsoft ecosystem.

Whether it's new tools, discussions, resources and other help content aimed at the budding developer community, we want to know what would help you out the most. If you're a Windows dev, please head over to our community forum and share your opinions.

Revamping our Developer Program

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • I need a better app, aside that I love and appreciate everything the site does.
  • I really wanna see FORUM improvements in the UWP app. The notifications regarding replies in forums should take me to the forum directly instead of me trying to figure out which thread it is. :)
  • The forums are just worse.
  • I only have two little complaints about the app. One is that the links in the comments aren't clockable, and the second is that notifications sometimes stop working all of a sudden, so I have to set them up again. Otherwise, it's pretty good.
  • That's because they don't support Edge properly.
  • App for windows 10 on m,obile is terrible. Just make it working !!! I have to use older version for Windows 8, that one is smooth and working properly. Honestly, i dont understand, how windows central, propagating new windows things, might make such terrible app.
  • Cash rewards for frequent users and those who provide witty comments.
  • You need a person who will answer any kind of questions regarding Windows on twitter
  • I am not a developer. That said, I would be happy to engage with developers via social media and share their work with my many followers - it usually results in discussions about possibilities, features, and other useful information to devs. Would the developer program benefit from social media "advocates" such as this? I don't know. Just putting it out there...
  • I don't see how that could hurt.  Having a private community for developers sounds good, but also getting them in touch with others seems interesting.
  • Looking forward to see anything regarding UIUX, AR & ARM emulation.
  • Love wc..
    But I deleted the new app due to reliability issues...
    Notification problems.
    Articles missing...
  • Can someone have a look at the "Follow" settings on the website? I get taken to this page https://www.windowscentral.com/follow/ which is completely blank for me. A couple of weeks ago it would at least show something, but it only showed a single button and I wasn't able to unfollow comments. I accidentally clicked "follow" on a members profile, and haven't been able to turn it off since. I unsubscribed from the emails, but the comments keep showing up in various places (app notifications, follow feed).
  • I don't get it.
  • I wasn't even aware of the fact that Windows Central even had a Developer Program. I think you could use a little more advertising.