Skinner's Blog

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

February, 2010

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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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    Beta2 to RC Upgrade tool available

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    As I alluded to here , we want to make sure your migration from beta2 to RC goes smoothly. In order to make that transition as smooth as possible, I’m happy to announce a simple command line tool that will automatically upgrade your beta2 modeling projects...
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    Visual Studio 2010 Visualization and Modeling SDK RC

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    At the same time that the RC build for Visual Studio is going live for our broader based customers ( and not just MSDN subscribers ), our team has made available the VS2010 Visualization and Modeling SDK! This is the rebranded DSL SDK that contains some...
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    VS 2010 & .NET 4 Release Candidate is here!

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    At least for MSDN subscribers. :) Soma announced the availability here , as did Jason . Please go grab the bits as soon as you can, and get us your feedback ! As Brian mentions, this is a big milestone for us, as we have made huge progress from Beta2...
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    Migrating your Modeling artifacts to RC

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    No, the RC for VS2010 has not yet hit the wire, but it will be very soon. :) One of the great things about the Beta2 version of Visual Studio 2010 was the fact that the TFS server as well as all the client side products came with a “Go Live” license....
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    Custom Profile Properties

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    [NOTE: This post is part of a blog series, the start of which is here .]   I got a number of questions around VS2010’s ability to support custom stereotype properties that could be included with a custom profile. Questions ranging from “hey, can...
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