HeaKyung explains what the Feature Pack is and what components make up the Feature Pack. She goes into more detail on certain components such as Report Builder. She also discusses her daily work as a Release Manager.
Amit managed automated lab runs, investigated issues and signed off on the central runs for the whole organization. He talks about his biggest challenge which was migrating teams into a central test framework. He mentions some interesting numbers about
the size of the test lab and the number of…
Himanshu talks about FILESTREAM and SQL Server Client and their advantages. He discusses the challenges of implementing these new features in this release. He also describes improvements that have been made in the 2008 release.
Windows Workflow Foundation in .Net 4 (WF4) makes it possible for you to build custom activity designers that allow different kinds of users to graphically design business processes. In this episode, Kushal Shah, program manager for the Workflow Designer
team, shows us how you can build custom…
Lukasz Pawlowski is a Program Manager on the SQL Server Reporting Services team and he worked on the server part of the product which includes all the Soap APIs, management, configuration, etc. He talks about working on changing the architecture of Reporting
Services for the 2008 version.
You asked for it...here it is. In this episode, Byron Tardif is back to explain how you can setup Windows Server AppFabric in a server farm environment.For more information, see the
Windows Server AppFabric Developer Center on MSDN.
Matt Winkler has been working with Windows Workflow Foundation for a long time. In fact, he used to be the Workflow Evangelist, but now he is a part of the team building the Workflow Designer. In this episode, Matt and I continue our long discussion about
Workflow and Activities, focusing in on…