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  • Blog Post: early release of Database Edition updates

    Gert Drapers , group manager for the team responsible for the Team System Database Edition, recently announced an early release (Community Technology Preview) of some updates to that product.  The biggest motivation behind these updates was to fully support the upcoming release of SQL Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: TeamData and TeamBuild: together at last

    I was happy to see this morning that Gert posted an article discussing the latest issue of CoDe Magazine which includes a very detailed article on using TeamData with TeamBuild to help automate the sometimes arcane process of building and deploying applications which use databases (don't they all?) and...
  • Blog Post: Aggregating popular Team System blogs

    Blogs have quickly become a primary means for the Team System team to communicate with our community and as a result we have dozens and dozens of valuable blogs from our team. Because of this distributed approach, it’s hard for our customers to navigate and track all of the blogs related to various topics...
  • Blog Post: Watch Channel 9 video on news from DataDude

    Brian Keller just announced the availability of a new Channel 9 video featuring Gert Drapers (aka Data Dude) covering various topics including the recent Service Release and Power Tools from our team. Enjoy!
  • Blog Post: DataDude ships again!

    As if releasing their service release as well as VS2008 Beta2 last month wasn't enough, our DataDude team has done it again...this time shipping Power Tools that extend the functionality of Visual Studio Team Edition for Data Professionals to meet the needs of our customers. Gert has a more extensive...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Team System webcasts

    Adam Gallant recently posted a listing of many Team System webcasts that are scheduled for the next 10 months or so. Some of them look really interesting...maybe I'll listen in and learn something too! His blog has a full listing...I've just included the Team System related broadcasts here: Improving...
  • Blog Post: Company uses Team System Database edition to tame workflow

    An article on TheServerSide.NET recently highlighted Configuresoft's usage of Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals and the benefits they realized by doing so. If you haven’t read it already, here are a couple quotes to whet your appetite: “Sometimes when you think about C# or Visual...
  • Blog Post: Watch our TechEd 2007 sessions

    The Team System team and community delivered quite a few talks at TechEd 2007 last month and I'm happy to announce that the recordings of these sessions, demos and all, are now available on the web for your viewing enjoyment. Here's a quick listing: DEV347: Unit Testing and Test Driven Development...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 is available!

    I'm sure there will be many more posts (from me and others) but I wanted to get the good word out quickly that Visual Studio Beta 2 is now available for download! It's been a long haul but I'm really excited about what we've achieved. I'm confident it's ready for people to really pick up and use on a...
  • Blog Post: DataDude Service Release 1 is now available

    Service Release 1 (SR1) for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals is now available. It addresses numerous known code defects as well as providing support for Cross-database references Support is improved so that you can reference objects within different databases by using...
  • Blog Post: Database support survey - we need your input!

    Brian Keller is taking a survey on which 3rd party database providers we should partner with for upcoming releases of our Database Professionals product: Survey: Which databases should Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals support? The team who builds Visual Studio Team Edition for Database...
  • Blog Post: MySpace uses Team System

    At last week's MIX07 conference , our friends from MySpace talked about the technology they use to offer up one of the most popular personal networking websites in the world. The growth they've experienced over the past few years is remarkable and along they way they've had to innovate many new solutions...
  • Blog Post: Pre-release of DBPro service release now available!

    The DataDude team, aka the team that develops Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals, has just published a preview of their first service release . Remember, they released their v1 product in December 2006 so they're following close behind that with this update. It's not just bug fixes...
  • Blog Post: Three more Team System case studies available

    With three new case studies available, we bring the total number for Team System to five: New! KBC Bank used Microsoft Visual Studios Team System and Team Foundation Server to improve application-building methodologies, increase productivity, and accelerate application deployment. New! EDS used Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Another chat - by popular demand

    Based on the feedback that we've received on our upcoming chat , we decided to add another session later in the day to accommodate folks in other timezones. Of course it'll be on Saturday in many timezones around the world so hopefully folks will still be able to join us. Here are the two times we'll...
  • Blog Post: Good news from DataDude!

    As Matt says, we are done! Team Edition for Database Professionals released to manufacturing last Friday, December 1st. Read more about it here . Woohoo!
  • Blog Post: Chat about Data Dude

    Come and join members from the Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals product group (and me) to discuss features available in the product. Experts from all areas of product development will be on hand to answer your questions. Join the chat on Wednesday, November 1st, 2006 10:00am - 11...
  • Blog Post: Check out Data Dude!

    If somehow you've missed all the excitement about Visual Studio Team Edition for DB Pros (aka Data Dude), I'd highly recommend that you check out their latest Community Tech Preview. Read Cameron's blog to learn all the nitty gritty details, but by all means, if you're interested in database development...
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