Mike Sampson took his camcorder over to software design engineer -- he works on Visual Studio core -- Rusty Deschenes' office. Got a demo at about 8:40. Audio is a bit low. Sorry about that.They talk about the managed packaged network and project flavoring in Visual Studio 2005.
We gave a camcorder to Mike Sampson who went over to his coworker, Chris Smith, a software developer/test on the Visual Basic team, and asked him all about the generic bootstrapper that's in Visual Studio 2005.
Ken Levy, Visual Studio and FoxPro product manager, takes us through the latest Visual FoxPro 9 roadmap and gives us some of his trademark cool demos of how a future version of Visual FoxPro will interoperate with Visual Studio.
Catherine Heller is a Technical Evangelist and works closely with the VSTO team, ensuring that they build the right product for customers. She knows quite about about VSTO and in this video she writes some code for us, showing off the power of VSTO (as
well as her coding…
Great news: Now you'll be able to use VSTO to build managed Office add-ins for Outlook! Most cool. In this video, Catherine Heller, Developer Tools Technical Evangelist chats with Andrew Whitechapel, an Office program manager who's helped make this great
VSTO Outlook add-in platform…
Last in the series of customer interviews at this year's VS Component Lab in Redmond. Here, we (Charles) talks to Stephen Dadoly and Tony Lombardo of Infragistics, Inc.
They make some nifty ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls.
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Here we talk with Michael J. Baldwin, President of Dart Communications. His company has written a suite of VS controls including a really cool xmlhttp-based ASP.NET control that makes aspx page refreshes possible without refreshing the page.
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We were recently at a VS Component lab on the Redmond campus and talked to some customers about the cool components they've built to extend VS functionality. Here we talk to Daniel Jebarat, Vice President of Syncfusion. His company does some rad stuff
with Windows Forms.
It sure is fun talking…