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    Introduction to Team System Partner Training 7/13-7/15 and 7/25-7/27

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    Gene Webb's Blog talks about some interesting training: Introduction to Visual Studio Team System 3 day course This course provides students with a strong overview of the features of Visual Studio Team System. The course will cover the major topics...
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    VSIP Walkthrough: Subscribing to an Event

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    Here is a new walkthrough that won't get into the release for a month or two. Let me know what you think: This walkthrough guides you through the steps of creating a tool window that responds to Running Document Table (RDT) events. The tool window...
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    Microsoft Developer Tools Roadmap

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    This is an interesting view of Visual Studio .Net looking at where we are now and where we want to go in the future. The Microsoft Developer Tools Roadmap is just that. Like a good AAA roadmap, it will give you lots of option about which road to take...
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    Video Tutorial: How to Use VSTO 2005 Help

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    This demonstration shows you how to use Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Tools for the Microsoft Office System Help. The demo is five minutes long and can be viewed at Demo 12--How to Use VSTO 2005 Help . Note that the file size is about 3.2 MB.
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    TechEd 2005

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    A couple of VSIP PMs and the new test manager is at TechEd 2005 in Orlando this week. These events are total emersion experiences for everyone that goes. It’s like a meet and greet event for any organization and the numbers of people you meet can be staggering...
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    What can I do with the Visual Studio SDK?

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    A customer asks "What can we do in Visual Studio with VSIP? We would appreciate a set of bullet points about what we can do inside VS with VSIP." The answer is "Just about anything" but that's not really helpful. So I asked Phil Taylor, the VSIP PM to...
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