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Visual Studio SDK: Senior C++ Developer

August, 2005

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    VS SDK 2005-09 CTP Finished!

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    The VS SDK 2005-09 CTP is finished , and has been forwarded so that it can be posted to the web. No ETA on when it will be posted yet though . We also had our August sprint review today, and we will be doing our September sprint planning tomorrow.
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    VS SDK 2005-09 sprint almost complete

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    At the moment, we are in the process of doing our final testing on the VS SDK 2005-09 Community Tech Preview . This is the last task for our August sprint, and our sprint review is tomorrow, planning for the next sprint will occur on Thursday, and the...
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    VSL and C++ Reference Sample Progress

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    The C++ Package and Menu and Commands Reference Samples have been coded , and scenario test development is in progress for those samples. The Visual Studio Library aka VSL now provides IVsPackageImpl, IVsInstalledProductImpl, and IOleCommandTargetImpl...
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    New and improved VS SDK download page

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    The VS SDK download page has been redesigned to better communicate the differences between the various released of the VS SDK (i.e. the old VSIP SDK vs the new VS SDK, a Community Tech Preview (CTP) vs. an official release, etc) and provide increased...
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    VS SDK 2005-08 Released!

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    VS SDK 2005-08 has been released to the web, and here is the readme included with it....
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    Q&A availability of VS SDK matching PDC VS bits

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    The following question was posted by Marc: " Do you have any plans regarding the PDC? As I understand it, we'll get the (latest) VS2k5 bits at PDC -- will we have an matching SDK ? ". The answer to question #1 is that we are sending some folks to speak...
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    VS SDK 2005-09 Sprint Planning Complete

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    Today we completed the planning for our August sprint, which translates to the VS SDK 2005-09 potential release , since we name the release after the month it will be available in rather the month it was developed in. Barring any scheduling errors, unforeseen...
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