A Bar, an Idea, and a Garage: The Story of CodeFlow

REDMOND, Wash. — Jan. 5, 2012 — Two Microsoft developers walk into a bar, order $2 Pabst Blue Ribbon tall boys, and talk code.
Similar scenes probably play out every evening in Seattle, so there was nothing remarkable about the night in January 2009 when Clark Roberts and Mike Cook met up at Sully’s Bar. But most happy hours don’t spark a project that’s used by developers in every division at Microsoft and will ship in one of the company’s major products. This one did.
Victor Boctor, Clark Roberts, and Mike Cook took CodeFlow from an idea in a bar to a tool used by developers in every division at Microsoft.
Victor Boctor, Clark Roberts, and Mike Cook took CodeFlow from an idea in a bar to a tool used by developers in every division at Microsoft.
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That night marked the start of CodeFlow, a collaborative code review tool that has been used by 28,000 developers across Microsoft. It has won a host of internal honors, including a 2011 Engineering Excellence Award, and is being incorporated into the next release of Visual Studio.
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