Rob Caron

Developer-related topics and other stuff.

December, 2006

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    Rob Caron's Top 10 Blog Posts for 2006

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    Here are the Top 10 Posts for 2006 for my blog based on traffic (highest to lowest): A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Visual Studio 2005 Team System, Part I - (4/15/2005) Free Download: MSDN Library May 2006 Edition - (7/26/2006) Viewing Downloaded CHM Files ...
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    Now Available: Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider v1.2

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    As noted in Brian Harry's blog ( bharry's WebLog : New TFS Tools Available! ), last night we released Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider v1.2 . Last night we released version 1.2 of the Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider. This tool enables a wide...
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    Now Available: Visual Studio 2005 SP1 Update for Windows Vista Beta

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    The Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1 Update for Windows Vista Beta addresses areas of Visual Studio impacted by Windows Vista enhancements. 1216 Technorati tags: vs , visual studio , team system , vsts , vsto , vista , visual studio sp1
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    Now Available: Visual Studio 2005 SP1

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    As noted on Soma's blog: VS 2005 SP1 is released! For details, see Visual Studio 2005 SP1 . You'll find four links at the bottom of that page. There are separate downloads for Team Suite, Team Foundation Server, and the Visual Studio Express Editions...
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    Microsoft Robotics Studio Released

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    If you're looking for an inexpensive (as in free) holiday gift for your favorite geek, take a look at Microsoft Robotics Studio , which Microsoft released on Tuesday. Microsoft Robotics Studio is a development environment for creating robotic software...
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    PDC 07 | Los Angeles | Oct 2nd - 5th

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    Yeah, it's a ways off, but mark your calendar...the dates for PDC 07 were announced today on the MSDN Events site for PDC . We'll be back in LA from October 2nd to October 5th, with a pre-conference September 30th and October 1st. Come learn what the...
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    Another Team System User Group in Australia

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    I just caught news of another Team System user group forming. This one is in Canberra, Australia. The first meeting is scheduled for January 24th in the Microsoft Canberra office, which I visited last year ( Australia 2005 - Ready to Rock Canberra ) for...
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    XNA Game Studio Express 1.0 Released

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    XNA Game Studio Express 1.0 Released on Monday. There was much rejoicing. The XNA team is proud to announce the availability of the 1.0 release of XNA Game Studio Express and the XNA Framework, aimed at helping students and hobbyists build games...
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    Sam Guckenheimer's Work Credo

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    After a six-month respite from blogging, Sam Guckenheimer has rekindled his blog, and he has resolved to blog more regularly. Those who have read his book, Software Engineering with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System , will probably agree that Sam has...
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    Team Edition for Database Pros on MSDN Subscriber Downloads

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    Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals is now available for download from MSDN Subscriber Downloads . You can also download an updated version of MSDN Library with the documentation. 1209 Technorati tags: msdn , vsts , team system...
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    The Future of MSDN and TechNet

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    If you'd like some insight into what MSDN and TechNet, keep an eye on Justin Grant's new blog - MSDN and TechNet futures and previews . Hi. I’m Justin Grant, and I’m a product manager for MSDN and TechNet. My new blog will discuss new features we’re planning...
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    Redmond Developer Newsletter

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    Yesterday, Redmond Media Group launched the premier issue of their weekly Redmond Developer Newsletter . Here are some details and a link to subscribe: Last month we launched Redmond Developer News ( http://reddevnews.com ), a publication dedicated to...
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    Dig Deep and Go Further with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005

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    Visual Studio 2005 shipped just over a year ago and you may have already used it in a real project. Now is the time to go beyond the cursory overview. Microsoft Learning has a number of resources available to "dig deeper" to help you go further with Visual...
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    New Team System Virtual Lab: Change Management with Team Foundation Server

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    There's a new virtual lab in the Team System section of MSDN Virtual Labs that covers Change Management with Team Foundation Server . In this lab: VSTFS enables developers to handle change at an individual level by letting them isolate themselves from...
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    Microsoft Expression: Better Designer Tools for Better End-User Experiences

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    Microsoft announced Microsoft Expression Studio today. I've been using Expression Web to work on personal sites of my own for the last few months, and I can't wait for the rest of Expression Studio to come out. Good stuff. Microsoft Expression takes your...
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    Team Foundation Server Team Interviews

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    Brian Keller, Technical Evangelist for Team System , is preparing to conduct some more video interviews for Channel 9 . Later this month he is traveling to North Carolina to interview members of the Team Foundation Server team, including Brian Harry ...
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    Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals RTM

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    As noted on Matt Nunn's blog ( Musing on Database Development : We are done!!!! - Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals Releases to Manufacturing ), Team Edition for Database Pros RTM'd this past Friday! See Gert Draper's blog , too...
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    Bare Naked Languages, or What Not to Model

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    The Architecture Journal - Issue 9 has an article by Jack Greenfield ( Bare Naked Languages or What Not to Model ) on how domain-specific languages (DSLs) factor into the software factories story. Domain-specific language (DSL) technology was introduced...
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    Brian Harry's Team Foundation Server Roadmap

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    Brian Harry posted the roadmap his team is following as they work on future releases of Team Foundation Server ( bharry's WebLog : Team Foundation Server Roadmap ). I've been hinting at this coming for while now. I think I promised it would come out in...
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