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  • Rob Caron

    Brian White on Workflow Support in Team System

    Brian White has a post today that clarifies the degree of workflow support in Visual Studio Team System .
  • Jason Anderson's WebLog

    Visual Studio Team System Test Support: More than just Unit Testing

    Feedback from RichB noted the following: ----------------------------------------------- ... Now, as most testers in the wider world are not developers they won't have a copy of Visual Studio on their machine and they also will not know...
  • Stan Lippman's BLog

    Factor, Don't Complicate

    A reader asks the following question, Sender: bv re: A Question about Copy Constructors in C++/CLI Ok, i have a question. What happens if: suppose you want to make a shallow copy. Ex: ClassX obj(somePtr);//internally obj.m_ptr...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    RE: Visual Studio 2005 - Some Feedback

    Omer posted some great constructive feedback on VS 2005 today. And yes, we do listen and we do want to hear it. :-) I couldn't choose any snippets. Most of the feedback is right on an deserves a read. Enjoy. [Via Omer van Kloeten (Click for full...
  • Bing it on

    Commerce Chat

    Interested in discussing FP1, SP3 and the future roadmap of Commerce Server? Then join the Commerce Server team for a technical chat , this June 10, 2004 (10:00 – 11:00 A.M. Pacific time), to get all your questions answered (or just click here to...
  • Brian A White's Blog

    Workflow and Visual Studio Team Foundation

    The software industries ability to produce acronyms and talk in jargon may only be matched by the military. One of our other abilities is using the same word to mean hundreds of different things. My favorites are object and project , closely followed...
  • Rob Caron

    Jason Anderson on Why Unit Testing in Team System Only

    Jason Anderson reponds to the question about why unit testing is in Team System and not in other editions of Visual Studio.
  • Visual Studio

    How do I ensure a single instance of my Windows Form application?

    I get this question quite a bit... One trick to ensuring a single instance of your Windows application is to create a Mutex on startup. Mutexes can cross process boundaries so they provide a great mechanism for checking if your application is already...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Another option for syncing Entourage data with the Address Book and iCal

    I previously mentioned Paul Berkowitz's scripts for syncing your Entourage data with Apple's applications (and therefore to all of the devices that iSync supports). There's now another solution from PocketMac called Go Between . It's an iSync plugin that...
  • MS.COM Operations Tools Team WebLog


    As I mentioned in my first post, I really don't have that much to say. It would seem that my team even has less to say about the life and times of an Operations Tools guy. It's surprising really. They are quite the vocal group but it seems they are a...
  • Stan Lippman's BLog

    Putting C++ and the CLI in Perspective

    A surprising thread that has emerged has to do with libraries. Here is an representative example, Sender: Dobes ===================================== re: Towards a Natural Theory of Programming Languages I also think that the survival...
  • Ron Jacobs

    Committed to guidance

    One of the really great things from TechEd was to hear Andy Lees tell the world that Microsoft was committed to providing architectural guidance for common scenarios. I mean, how great is that? Especially when it is my job to get that done. The problem...
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