2 Oct 2008

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Channel 9 presents a batch of new Visual Studio Team System 2010 videos

For anyone interesting in learning more about what Microsoft are rolling out in Visual Studio Team System 2010, it is definitely worth visiting the new Channel 9 site focused on Visual Studio. At http://channel9.msdn.com/VisualStudio/ you'll find new videos focusing on VSTS 2010 every day during the week of 29th Sept through to 3rd October. Brian Keller has posted the following exciting agenda for the week. Monday, September 29th: - Announcing Visual Studio Team System 2010 Architecture Day (Tuesday, September 30th): - Cameron Skinner: Visual Studio Team System 2010 - Architecture - "Top-down" design with Visual Studio Team System 2010 - "Bottom-up" Design with Visual Studio Team System...

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1 Oct 2008

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It’s official – Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0

PDC is traditionally a very exciting time for developers and Microsoft always has a wide range of new announcements lined up to tantalise even the most conservative developer. With PDC less than a month away, Microsoft has started delving into the goodie bag and sharing some of the news with us a little early. One of the first announcements is the official naming of the next versions of Visual Studio and the .NET Framework. You can read an overview of the newly named Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 on the MSDN web site. If you've got a spare 30...

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12 Apr 2008

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A new look at progress on “Rosario” – April 2008 CTP

For those people wanting to keep an eye on what the product team are doing for the next release of Visual Studio Team System, the latest Community Technology Preview (CTP) is now available for download. The "Rosario April CTP" or more offically the "Microsoft® Visual Studio® Team System code name “Rosario” April 2008 CTP", provides a fantastic opportunity to provide the product team with your feedback. The CTP comes in the form of a preinstalled and configured virtual machine that you can quickly and easily get up and running with a minimum of fuss. Providing Feedback Feedback in the form of bugs and...

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