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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Team System 2010

    Woohoo! It's all going off today! I can finally start talking about what's coming next in VSTS Rosario! Check out these links for more information: Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 Overview Visual Studio Team System 2010 Week on Channel 9! And finally we have just announced the merger of the...
  • Blog Post: We are Releasing the Source code to the .Net Framework

    Yesterday we announced our plans to release some of the source code for the .Net framework. We'll begin by offering the source code (with source file comments included) for the .NET Base Class Libraries (System, System.IO, System.Collections, System.Configuration, System.Threading, System.Net, System...
  • Blog Post: Just Released: Visual Studio Team Foundation Server – Project Server 2007 Connector

    We are pleased to announce the release of Visual Studio Team Foundation Server – Project Server 2007 Connector which is available at http://www.codeplex.com/tfsconnector. OVERVIEW The Visual Studio Team Foundation Server - Project Server 2007 Connector is designed to integrate the project...
  • Blog Post: Expression Web & Expression Blend free for MSDN Subscribers

    As a result of attending a number of MSDN Road show sessions in the last few months, I am very aware that many MSDN subscribers were unhappy that we were not going to ship the Expression products as part of the MSDN Subscription. We felt that as Expression is a product aimed at Designers and MSDN...
  • Blog Post: Team System Partner - Testhouse

    One of the key challenges involved in bringing Team System to market has been the identification of suitable services partners who can help customers exploit the new functionality contained within the product. To this end, we have been working with a number of companies who have skills in areas...
  • Blog Post: Team System Roadmap

    Yesterday was a busy day in Visual Studio land. As well as marking the 10th anniversary of the release of first version Visual Studio and the announcement of the free release of TeamPlain we have released a roadmap on the future directions of Team System. This includes: Details of the features that will...
  • Blog Post: Write your own content on MSDN

    MSDN has now become a Wiki! Well its not completely a Wiki, we've added a community content section at the bottom of each page. I know that the MSDN guys have been trialling this for a while, but it looks like this has now gone mainstream. Personally I think this is a fantastic advance for documenting...
  • Blog Post: Do you want to know what you get with each version of MSDN?

    There is a great page on the MSDN site that details: - What you get with each version of Team System & - What benefits you get with the different levels of MSDN subscription The page can be found at: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/aa718657.aspx Regards Jon
  • Blog Post: Team System for Free!

    Just a quick reminder that anyone who has an MSDN Universal Subscription can upgrade for free to either: Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals - or - Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects - or - Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Developers...
  • Blog Post: Windows Vista is ready!

    Today (8th November) we are announcing the Release to Manufacturing of Windows Vista. This is a significant milestone for Microsoft and our partners, and one we are very excited about. Windows Vista has achieved a number of remarkable firsts, a very small sampling of which includes: · This is the...
  • Blog Post: Subscription Queries?

    If you have a query about your subscription (things like what version have you got, when does it expire, can you take advantage of the free migration to a Team System role etc) then you can call the MSDN contact centre on 0800 0517215. There are a team of advisors who will be happy to help. They cannot...
  • Blog Post: View Version History Diagrams

    When I'm demonstrating Team Foundation Server to Clearcase users they sometimes ask about version history/branch diagrams in TFS. Diagrams are not a feature of v1 but if it is a blocker for you then check out these two options: Foundation Tree TFS Source Code Version Tree Browser: Project Vertigo
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Visual Studio Team System - Project Server Connector

    This is really great news! It means that it is possible to integrate the project & portfolio management functionality of Microsoft Project Server with Team Foundation Server. This means updates to work items in VSTS are automatically applied to the corresponding assignments and tasks in Project Server...
  • Blog Post: Front Page to Expression Web

    Did you know that FrontPage is being superseeded by a new product called Expression Web? Expression Web will give you all the tools you need to produce high quality, standards based websites the way you want them. Expression Web will be compatible with websites created with FrontPage. If you are currently...
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