Pedro Silva's Blog

Development lead on Visual Studio Platform team focusing on the extensibility of Visual Studio.

January, 2005

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    New Class Designer Posts

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    Here are a couple of great posts by Dan Fernandez on the Class Designer; specifically about how it integrates with other parts of Visual Studio Team System and how it can be used to learn class libraries, including the .NET Framework .
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    Distributed System Designers Web Chat

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    We're having a web chat next week (Wed, Feb 2nd) for the Distributed System Designers . I'll be there (and so will other members of the team) trying to answer your questions. If you've been using any of the designers in the earlier releases and have questions...
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    Distributed System Designers and DSI

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    The Dynamic Systems Initiative (DSI) is an effort simplify the design, development, and deployment of distributed applications. It's focused on system administration and operations. DSI consists of tools for developers and IT folks, and an underlying...
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    Microsoft Architects Journal 4

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    The Microsoft Architects Journal 4 has just been published in PDF format. You can get it at the MSDN download center . There look to be some very interesting articles in there that I'll have to read as soon as I get a moment. Here's a quick table of contents...
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    TechEd 2005 in June

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    I'm not sure if everyone noticed yet (with the holidays and getting back to work), but TechEd 2005 has been announced. It will be in Orlando, FL from June 5th to June 10th. If you want to sign up, you can do so here . It should be an interesting TechEd...
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    What Happened to Whitehorse?

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    Whitehorse was the not-so-internal code name for set of designers that are part of Visual Studio 2005 Team System . For those of you that have installed the Beta 1, you've probably seen the Distributed System Designers and the Class Designer. Well, there...
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