Join us this Friday, April 16 at 9:00-10:30AM PST (GMT-8) for a live demonstration of several new and improved source code control integration (SCCI) features in Visual Studio “Whidbey”.
Click here to register for the Webcast. Bonus: By attending this webcast you can enter to win a free conference pass to Tech-Ed 2004, which includes a ticket to drink beer with me and Shamu.
The Official Webcast Description
“This webcast focuses on the new features under development for the existing Visual SourceSafe product that will be released along with Visual Studio® .Net codename "Whidbey". The webcast will consist of a series of live demos of these new features, including: SourceSafe Web Service Configuration, Remote Access via HTTP, Performance Improvements, Globalization, Visual Studio Integration: Rename/Deletes, File Dialogs, Asynchronous open.“
The Inside Scoop
In the past few months, I've delivered breaking news about the feature adds and improvements that you can expect in the next version of Visual SourceSafe (The Future of Visual SourceSafe & The Future of Visual SourceSafe - Part II).
In the Webcast this Friday, you can learn more about our plans in the Visual Studio space for developers who use PVCS, ClearCase, Perforce, SourceGear Vault (Hi, Eric), as well as Microsoft Visual SourceSafe, a handful of other commercial source control providers, and perhaps even those that our open source friends (Hi Dan) name after drugstores and nominalized verbs connoting nefarious and anti-social behavior. Microsoft Visual Studio is, proudly, a source control provider-agnostic development environment for .NET developers.
New Source Code Control Integration (SCCI) Features*
*Note: Your SCC provider may or may not implement this feature.
Visual SourceSafe-specific Feature
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