Aaron Marten

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September, 2006

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    Visual Studio 2005 SDK - Version 4 Planning

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    Allen has posted the current product backlog that we are hoping to accomplish for the Version 4 version of the Visual Studio 2005 SDK which should release by the end of 2006 (with only one CTP this time around). Please take a look and let us know as soon...
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    Visual Studio SDK Documentation Wiki

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    Paul Cornell (VSSDK Documentation Manager) has just announced that like much of the other MSDN content, the Visual Studio SDK documentation is now wiki-enabled . This means that you can append comments/suggestions/gotchas on to the VSSDK help as well...
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    Open the Floodgates!

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    When I first became involved with the Visual Studio SDK team back in summer 2003, the VSIP SDK was something that was only briefly mentioned on websites and books as something you could use to provide deep integration into Visual Studio. It was treated...
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    IronPython 1.0 has shipped!

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    As has been announced all over the Internet, the IronPython team shipped their 1.0 release this past week. As a big fan and user of IronPython, let simply say Congratulations to the team! For all those times where there was some new .NET API or class...
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    Visual Studio 2005 SDK Documentation now available online

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    Paul Cornell (the Documentation Manager for the VSSDK) has more details posted on his blog . Formerly, the documentation required for writing a VSPackage was only availble as offline documentation when you install the SDK. Now, you will be able to...
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