September, 2005

  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    why beta 3 now?

    A couple folks have asked me why we released beta 3 now when we could have waited a month and released it with RTM versions of the runtime & sql server. the answer is simply our customers don't want to wait, the quality was ready to start go live...
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    TFS Beta 3 Released

    Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Beta 3 will be available tonight on the MSDN subscriber download center. We finalized the bits a couple days ago and they should be propagated to servers and be ready for download this evening. This release...
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    Rickla VS2005 worldwide launch events schedule

    I know we're getting close to launch when I start getting assignments for keynote talks at worldwide launch events. I will be in Lisbon, Portugal on November 7th, and Oslo, Norway on the 10th. I'm hoping to make a trip over to Milan to see a few customers...
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    VSTS Client SKUs reach RC1, TFS readying Beta 3

    Yesterday Soma posted an entry that we have made available the first Release Candidate of Visual Studio 2005. This Release Candidate already includes the client/role based portions of the new Visual Studio 2005 Team System, including Visual Studio 2005...
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    TFS version included with role based skus

    I've recieved several requests about any limitations to the "5 user" version of TFS that is going to be included in each role based sku. The questions basically boil down to "i hear there may be other feature differences, can you comment?". The answer...
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