Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for our Visual Studio 2010 Hands-On Lab in Irivne, CA yesterday. I hope everyone enjoyed this one-day hands-on experience designed to educate our customers on the new features in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate and Team Foundation Server 2010.
Everyone in attendance received a comprehensive overview of Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010, our flagship Application Life-cycle Management (ALM) system . Attendees were able to work directly with the newest enhancements in version control, testing, reporting, project management and build management. Again, I want to thank Jeff Leite/Architect -Neudesic for co-presenting and providing technical assistance during the event. I am sure everyone came away with a better understanding of the exciting new features in Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server 2010.
As a follow-up to the event, I am posting some useful links for Visual Studio 2010 and Team Foundation Server: Here is a link to the presentation slides for this event (http://cid-e227ddf77cc91b63.skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?resid=E227DDF77CC91B63!366). Feel free to email me with any questions at email@example.com .
Team Team Foundation Server Power Tools September 2010 - Team Foundation Power Tools are a set of feature add-ons aimed to enable new scenarios and solutions.
Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 mark the next generation of developer tools from Microsoft.
Virtual Machines (Visual Studio 2010 Virtual Machines with Sample Data and Hands-on-Labs) :
· Visual Studio 2010 RTM (Hyper-V)
· Visual Studio 2010 RTM (Windows  Virtual PC)
· Visual Studio 2010 RTM (Virtual PC 2007 SP1)
Please see the blog post from Brian Keller for instructions for additional details.
MSDN Product Documentation:
Team Foundation Server 2010:
This video series provides an overview of the key features of Visual Studio 2010, including new IDE features for modeling and understanding code, developer and test collaboration, team collaboration with Team Foundation Server, Project Management, and application development for Windows, Web, and SharePoint 2010.
The following are the videos from PDC 2009:
ALM & TechDays:
MSDN Magazine Articles