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  • Dan's Blog

    Welcome

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    Welcome to my blog. I'm a lead PM on the SQL Server team so my focus will be on SQL Server. Initially the content will focus on setup and installation. However, I recently transitioned on to the manageability team and will be focusing my efforts on SQL...
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    VS2005 Team Foundation Beta3 Refresh ready!

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    Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Beta3 Refresh has released and will be on MSDN for subscribers to download later today. This release provides full compatibility with the RTM ("release to manufacture") versions of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005...
  • Jeff Beehler's Blog

    Team Foundation releases Beta3 Refresh!

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    Following the great news yesterday about the VSTS and SQL 2005 releases, comes news of the Team Foundation Beta3 Refresh release. This release provides full compatibility with the RTM versions of VS and SQL. Along the way, we took the opportunity to improve...
  • Rob Caron

    Installing SQL Server for Team Foundation Server Beta 3 Refresh

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    Just to be clear, you must install the final, released version of SQL Server 2005 to use Beta 3 Refresh. However, since it appears that only SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition is available for download from MSDN, you need to be aware of one extra step...
  • IEBlog

    Introducing the IE team at the India Development Center (IDC)

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    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 21 August 2012 I am Puneet Arora and I’m a Program Manager on the IE team at Microsoft’s India Development Center (IDC). The team...
  • To the tune of James

    TFS Beta 3 refresh

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    So keeping in tune with yesterday's gifts to MSDN subscribers, there is now a Beta 3 refresh available synching with the RTM bits.
  • Mike Kostersitz's WebLog

    Why can MPS not run on a single Server?

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    Something I get asked a lot and actually this is a great and valid question so let me swing back in time a little and lets look where MPS Came from and what it was designed for. 1999: MPF is born and released as the provisioning solution for the First...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Writing a designer tool

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    Brian Pepin has started blogging about the architecture of the Cider designer for WPF. Good stuff!
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    NETCF v2.0 PB component for Windows CE 5.0

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    This is super cool! - Not only has VS 2005 shipped , there's also a component update available for Windows CE 5.0 Platform Builder that gives you a NETCF v2.0 component you can drag from the catalog and add to your Windows CE 5.0 platform configuration...
  • Buck Hodges

    Beta 3 refresh released

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    Beta 3 of TFS has now been released and should be available on MSDN today (or very soon :-). The differences between beta 3 and beta 3 refresh are small for most things. Jeff Beehler wrote about some of the beta 3 refresh differences two weeks ago. The...
  • Sushil's WebLog

    SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 RTM!

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    Yes, we have done it! SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 are now released to manufacturing. What this means that we are done with both the products, you can even download the official bits if you have MSDN subscription. More information can be found...
  • m | power

    Getting Things Done vs First Things First

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    As I thought about these issues and considered another attempt to use the First Things First system, I was struck by the personality behind each system. Both men, Stephen Covey and David Allen, are highly successful in business and both consider themselves successful in their personal and family lives also. However, I can definitely relate a lot more to Mr. Covey, just because he has kids....
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