This is a bit late in coming, but at the beginning of August I moved from the Ecosystem VS SDK team to the Code Essentials team.  The Code Essentials team is the name for the combined Project and Solution, Editor and Navigation, and Source Control Integration teams.  The decision to make this move was motivated by the changing direction of the VS SDK team that would have resulted less opportunity for me to write new C++ code future.  I should still hopefully continue to make some contributions to the VS SDK in the form of additions to VSL resulting from the refactoring of code owned by the Code Essentials team, but the VS SDK is no longer my primary focus.

For the last three months, I have spent most of my time working with other folks here in the Developer Division to determine how to account for the impact Windows Vista's addition of User Access Control on deveoloper scenarios provided by Visual Studio and implementation of the Visual Studio product itself.  More on that later...