Skinner's Blog

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

May, 2009

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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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    Visual Studio 2010 and DSL Toolkit SDK Beta Now Available

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    The Visual Studio platform team has just announced the availability of the VS 2010 SDK beta! This is great stuff, and includes lots of new features around the new Editor that is part of 2010, as well as the new work we have poured into the DSL Toolkit...
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    10-4 Video on Beta 1 Installation

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    The guys and gals on channel9 have produced a quick video on how to get and install the Visual Studio 2010 Beta1 bits. Included with that video are a number of great links to other important information that you also may find useful, so please check it...
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    VSTS 2010 Beta1 Arrives!

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    Soma just announced the availability of VS 2010, VSTS 2010, and .NET FX 4.0 beta 1 here . This is a great milestone for all the teams involved, as a *ton* of work has gone into this beta, with much more following as we run to the final release. MSDN subscribers...
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    TechEd 2009

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    It's that time of the year again, and once again, we find ourselves filling the Los Angeles convention center with over 7000 people, all there to hear about all the technologies Microsoft is bringing to bear to help IT get their jobs done easier / faster...
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    TSUG-VE

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    There is a new Team System user group designed to bring people together from all areas of the globe. Why is " Team System User Group ( TSUG ) Virtual Edition ( VE )" different? "We have different regional meetings each month targeting different time zones...
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