For anyone in the greater Brisbane area, I will be presenting the following session at the QLD VSTS Users Group next month in case you’re interested in coming along. Eliminating No-repro Bugs A look at the new Microsoft Visual Studio® Team Test 2010 product. The next meeting of the QVSTSUG will see a return to our traditional “first Friday morning of the month” timeslot after a small trial of evening meetings. While this will not suit everyone, feedback we have received has been strongly in favour of our traditional meeting time. Date: […]
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 is now available for download for MSDN Subscribers!
I heard from Shuk Chan today that there are still some places available on the Visual Studio 2010 training in Sydney next week. If you’re available on 19th-21st May and interested in attending, email Shuk Chan before the places are gone… I have also noticed that Coatsy has blogged the agenda for the three days as well. Check it out on his blog.
Now that my demonstration laptop has been rebuilt using the Windows 7 Release Candidate, I need to get my standard virtual machines up and running for a demonstration tomorrow. After a bit of pondering I decided to give Windows Virtual PC a go instead of Virtual PC 2007. In case anyone is interested I thought I’d share my experience here. I started with a freshly install Windows 7 RC (x64) on my Lenovo T61P laptop and followed these steps. Download the beta release of Windows Virtual PC. (This is the latest one for Windows 7) Install Windows Virtual PC and reboot when prompted […]