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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2005 Hardware and OS requirements

    G'day mates*, I've been getting a lot of questions about requirements for running different editions of Visual Studio 2005 . Check this site out for details : http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/4c26cc39.aspx There's another site that lists details about requirements for Team System : http...
  • Blog Post: Tried Visual Studio 2005 yet?

    I know a lot of you have got your hands on VS2K5 Express or Standard . If you want to evaluate the Professional or the famed Team Suite edition, you can order trial versions at https://www.tryvs2005.com/ Enjoy! Song in AI's head : "Look what you've done" by "Jet" (exhausted) "AI"
  • Blog Post: NUnit to VS2K5 Team Test Converter Available

    A lot of folks have been wondering about how they can go about converting NUnit tests to VS2K5 Team Test. An alpha version of a 'converter tool' is now available. It supports both C# and VB.NET based tests. Give it a whirl, and I'd love to hear your feedback. http://www.gotdotnet.com/workspaces/workspace...
  • Blog Post: Whidbey and Yukon - 154 days (approximately) to go...

    Let the countdown begin… 154 days or 13,305,600 seconds or 221,760 minutes or 3,696 hours or 22 weeks left : http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2005/jun05/TechEd2005Day2PR.mspx
  • Blog Post: Free Visual Studio 2005 Team System Beta2 Training Event!

    Visual Studio 2005 Team System Technical Training When June 2nd 2005, 8:00AM - 4:00PM Where The Summit Center on 4th Street, Fairmont Hotel, 88 South 4th Street, San Jose, CA 95112 Registration Registration is free. However, seating is limited so please use the following...
  • Blog Post: VS2005 Beta2 - get the BETAs, get the BETAs...

    Who likes Monday mornings? Thats right - NO ONE DOES... But, the VS2K5 team has decided to change that... The dark cloud thats been looming over our heads has passed (yes, even in Redmond ;) Birds are chirping, children are playing again, the grass is growing, and all that other good stuff... Beta2...
  • Blog Post: MSBuild

    Here's an interesting article on MSBuild and its incorporation with Visual C++ 2005. http://www.developer.com/net/cplus/article.php/3495506 I especially appreciate these comments of the author's : This is the section of an article that a C++ author hates to write. Visual C++ support for MSBuild...
  • Blog Post: Whidbey and Yukon Ship Date Clarification

    Not that this article really clarifies anything about anything, other than things that were extremely vague to people who don't understand English very well, but anywho, thought this might make interesting reading for some of us... http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1759,1780118,00.asp
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Details Pricing and Licensing for Visual Studio 2005 and Simplifies Microsoft Developer Network Subscriptions

    http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/press/2005/mar05/03-21VS2005PR.asp
  • Blog Post: VS 2005 Beta 2 release delayed

    Unfortunately... http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/03/10/HNvisualstudiodelayed_1.html
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team System Beta 2 To Get Process Methodology Guides

    MSF Agile, CMMI process methodology templates designed to enforce policies. This was announced Wednesday at the Software Engineering Process Group conference in Seattle http://www.crn.com/showArticle.jhtml;jsessionid=WOJBKQROO1ZISQSNDBGCKH0CJUMEKJVN?articleID=159400092
  • Blog Post: VS 2005 Team System Performance Tools

    Ian Huff has done a phenomenal job of creating a three part series regarding the usage of Performance Tools in VS Team System 2005 : Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Through Rob Caron's blog , I learned about the videos that were shot of Ian demoing the usage of the perf tools : Download the video Watch the video
  • Blog Post: Dan Fernandez's Top 10 Visual C# 2005 IDE Enhancements

    http://blogs.msdn.com/danielfe/archive/2005/02/25/380639.aspx http://www.ftponline.com/reports/vslivesf/2005/fernandez/ Creative list of enhancements... However, I feel there are atleast a couple of 100 more of these that need to make it in to the top-10 list :)
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2005

    Something I seem to get asked quite a bit is the difference between VS 2005's Professional, Standard and Express editions. I found this website to be quite useful : http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/vs2005/get/default.aspx#vss
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