InfoPath Developers Wanted for Microsoft User Research Study - Shiraz Cupala
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Shiraz Cupala

InfoPath Developers Wanted for Microsoft User Research Study

Microsoft just contacted us about a usability study opportunity. They are looking for InfoPath form developers in the Seattle area for their study. Here are the details... 

Microsoft's User Research Group is looking for people who develop applications using InfoPath to participate in an upcoming usability study.  If you are interested in new computer technology and would like to have an impact on the final design of a Microsoft product that is still in the development phase, we want to speak with you.

This study is scheduled to begin the week of January 8th with time slots running approximately 2 hours and scheduled at your convenience.  Each participant will be given a retail item chosen from a list of Microsoft's most popular software/hardware titles. 

If you are interested in participating or would like more information please email us at uccoord@microsoft.com.

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gurudatt said:

Does this participation still going on?

April 2, 2008 11:35 PM

About Shiraz Cupala

Shiraz worked for 10 years at Microsoft in product design, web development, customer research, and online marketing roles. Over the first 3 versions of Microsoft InfoPath he managed Outlook, Excel and SharePoint integration, the hosted InfoPath control, IW and developer programmability features, product usability, and internal solutions. He has architected numerous small and enterprise level InfoPath solutions including for collaboration, publshing, and finance, including the InfoPath solution for Microsoft's expense reporting system. Shiraz holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Tufts University.
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