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  • Blog Post: Useful Links: Testing using VS 2008 Test Edition

    The following links may be useful for people wanting to know more about how to test their application with Visual Studio 2008 Test Edition: Using Fiddler ( www.fiddler2.com ) to record VSTS web Tests http://blogs.msdn.com/buckh/archive/2007/04/18/vsts-testing-using-fiddler-to-record-vsts-web-tests.aspx...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 sales promotions

    In case you’re still on the fence as to whether you want to upgrade your Visual Studio Professional Edition to a Visual Studio Team Edition (Architecture, Development, or Test) or Visual Studio Team Suite, how does saving 30% and 45% off when you step up from Professional Edition with MSDN Premium to...
  • Blog Post: VSDB 2008 GDR R2 now available

    The QFE (quick fix engineering) rollup release for Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Edition GDR (General Distribution Release) is now available. Check out this blog article for how to get it and set it up. Read this blog article to learn what fixes are contained in this release. Excelsior! Technorati...
  • Blog Post: Webcasts: Visual Studio Technology Overviews

    Over the next few months, my colleagues and I will be doing a number of webcasts covering different aspects of Visual Studio Team System. The schedule and topics are listed below. Hope you can make it. Date and Time Title and Link Description ( on-demand recording...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio and Azure Services Training Kit

    Windows Azure is a development, hosting, and management environment of the Azure Services Platform. This enables you to run applications at Internet scale while leverage the skills and tools you use today (programming in C#/VB.NET with Visual Studio). You probably already have Visual Studio loaded on...
  • Blog Post: Adding DBPro to Your Dev Edition Installation

    With last week's announcement of DBPro being rolled into the Dev Edition, I've had some questions from customers on what it takes to get either edition installed with the other. VSTS DBPro and Dev Edition are add-in features that install and are accessed through the VS IDE. So what does it take to get...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 / .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 is RTM

    Hey kids, moms, and dads...what time is? Service Pack 1 Day for Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5! And there was much rejoicing (<insert Tom Slick crowd cheer>yeah</>). Seriously though, like a lot of Service Packs we're shipping these days, they just aren't the accumulation of hot fixes and...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Web Developer Tips & Tricks Blog Started

    There are so many blogs at Microsoft it's hard to keep up. From a developer standpoint, it's often difficult to keep up with all the latest things happening in .NET from both a Winform or Web Form point of view. The Visual Web Developer Team has started a new blog providing tidbits of advice for ASP...
  • Blog Post: .NDU - Visual Studio for C++ Developers - June 13, 2008

    On Friday, June 13, 2008 (11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time), the next installment of the .NDU will be: Visual Studio of C++ Developers Visual C++ provides a powerful and flexible development environment for creating Microsoft Windows-based and Microsoft .NET-based applications. In this session, Ale Contenti...
  • Blog Post: New SharePoint resources for .NET Developers

    At TechEd this week, the SharePoint team announced the website, http://mssharepointdeveloper.com/ . It’s a resource for .NET developers to get started with SharePoint development. Also, they announced v1.2 of the Visual Studio 2008 Extensions for SharePoint. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX for ASP.NET 2.0 is still needed in VS2008

    I guess my IQ really is getting lower now that my kids are getting older because I just had one of the "slap on the forehead" moments. As developer tools specialist, I've been working with VS2008 to build .NET 3.5 samples and occasionally I'll show how VS2008 can be used to continue to build...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Team Suite - Database Edition presentation

    My teammate, Rob Cameron, runs a regular webcast series called .NET Developer Update (.NDU) that covers technologies that .NET developers are interested in. This month's topics covered database develop. My colleague, Mike Wilmot , covered What's New in SQL Server 2008. Click here to view the recording...
  • Blog Post: VS2008 and Multi-Target Frameworks

    One of the great things about Visual Studio 2008 is it's ability to work multiple .NET Frameworks (.NET 2.0, 3.0, and 3.5 to be exact). Unfortunately, .NET 1.0 and 1.1 developers will still need to have Visual Studio .NET 2002 and Visual Studio .NET 2003 installed, respectively, in order to continue...
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