The final release of the VS 2005 update for Windows Vista is now available. This update fixes most of the issues that you may have faced with running Visual Studio 2005 on Windows Vista. Install Visual Studio 2005, the Service Pack 1 update, and then the Windows Vista update to get a fully-supported developer environment.
There's also an interesting interview with Soma (the VP responsible for the Developer Division here) on Microsoft Presspass. The questions are a little soft (the interview is posted on our press relations site, after all!) but it's a good review of where the developer platform is today and the focus areas for the developer tools and platform part of the business.
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Still real tired from my Oklahoma trip , partying with Raymond sure is exhausting-). Agile/Development
Still doesn't seem to have fixed the issue with opening projects that reside on an offline network synchronized share. When offline VS compains that the CSPROJ has been moved or deleted when it is actually there and explorable.
This is driving me crazy ! Where can I log this bug?
I just wish MS develops a FREE WordPad replacement app that uses WPF's text engine and is better than Wordpad but not bloated like Word. How about Word Express? And it has to support all the advanced typographic features which sadly only Adobe apps offer on the Windows platform.
Still real tired from my Oklahoma trip , partying with Raymond sure is exhausting-). Agile/Development Tools On my short list for some time now, is to switch from NUnit to the definitely superior MbUnit. My friend Andrew has done some great work with