Skinner's Blog

Comments on Visual Studio, Visualizations & Modeling, .NET, and beyond

July, 2007

Blog - About

Skinner's Blog

My name is Cameron Skinner. I am the General Manager of the Visual Studio Ultimate team here in the Developer Division working at Microsoft.

My team is responsible for delivering features such as Intellitrace, visualization and modeling tools, test impact analysis, code analysis, and the VS debugger, just to name a few.

I'm very interested in establishing a continuous stream of dialog with our customers, this blog being a great tool to enable that conversation!

Cheers,

Cameron

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    ERWin for Database Edition

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    Just wanted to make sure all you ERWin users out there were aware of the fact that you can now use version 7.2 to model directly against a DBPro project! Please go here for more details. This gives you the ability to make changes to the physical schema...
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    Hosting TFS

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    On other TFS news, one of our partners, Readify, has gone live with a service that hosts Team Foundation Servers for customers, among other things. Check out this post for more details .
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    Go on vacation and things get done!

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    So in the last two weeks, while I was traveling in India on business, then taking a vacation for the last week, the team has been quite busy. For details, please be sure to check out Gert's blog , but I'll give you the hilites quickly: The team has released...
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    Another TeamSystem Chat

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    Hope to see you folks online at the next TeamSystem chat happening this Wednesday. Here are the details: Join members of the Visual Studio Team System product group to discuss features available in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, Architecture Edition...
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    Web Access to TFS

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    The TFS team has just released another killer power tool that allows web access to the server. Check out Brian's post here for more details.
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    What 3rd party databases do you need DBPro support for?

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    In the first release of our product, we consciously targeted SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 as database backends that the product would directly support. We knew that many of our soon-to-be customers had more than just SQL Server deployed in their...
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