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Folks are really starting to notice the excellent work Robin, Kyle, and Chris Hart (who couldn't be in the video because she is in the UK) have been doing with virtual worlds. Make sure to visit ReactionGrid if you want to get some virtual world love and rent some space.
A BIG thanks to Shawn Weisfeld for making the connections.
And of course an extra special thanks to Brian Johnson for filming the vid and posting to Channel9. You rock!
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Grant Holliday wrote a great blog post a while back that I have been meaning to surface to my readers for some time. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can find it here:
Here is the opening paragraph from the post that lays out what Gran is trying to do:
Team Foundation Server 2010 was released in April 2010. Since then, there have been a number of important Service Packs, Cumulative Updates and hotfixes that have been made available based upon internal usage at Microsoft and customer feedback via the support organisation. This blog post is an attempt at bringing together all the updates that are currently available.
He is keeping it updated consistently and you should definitely read this post if you use TFS 2010.
We are almost done with our Visual Studio 11 Roadshow so I wanted to make the mats available for folks that wanted them.
SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT)
You can get general info about SSDT here:
My good friend Erik Leaseburg has some great slides that he presented on SSDT at one of the gigs here:
http://www.tinyurl.com/msvs11alm (look for the ppt entitled Database Development with SQL Server Data Tools)
You can find my content on here:
http://cid-3dc455e4300aedb6.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/Public (look under Visual Studio 11)