We heard Eric Lippert was talking with a bunch of customers over in building 20 (that's where a lot of teams meet with groups of customers to show them new technologies).
So, we headed over there to meet with Eric, a software design engineer, to talk about developing applications for Microsoft…
I've now done a few interviews with my co-workers building Visual Studio 2005. I always like to ask "Aside from your own feature, What is your favorite new thing about Visual Studio 2005?" The answer I consistently received was "the class Designer".
It will be…
Robin and Liangxiao complete
their demonstration of the application designer in this video. Here you'll see the resulting Office Application querying a class library that pulls information from a web service interface to a database.
At the end of the demonstration we talked a bit…
We recently demonstrated the high level Distributed System Designers (Part 1,
Part 2, &
Part 3). Today we have a video that drills into the lower level of Application Design with Robin and Liangxiao.
Robin and Liangxiao are both SDETs on the Whitehorse Team. In part one…
In the second half of my chat with Ian we talked about his brief (so far) history with Microsoft, dogfooding the performance tools, analysis best practices, common performance mistakes made by developers, and his favorite VS 2005 feature.
All of this is packed up into a neat 7+ minute…
I found Ian, a Developer on our Performance tools, because of
his blog. He has been writing a
great series of
posts that preview the Performance Profiling tools you'll find in Beta 2 of VSTS. Pictures are great, but I asked him if he'd also like to do a demo.
This is the more laid back interview portion of the show. If you have additional questions for Ali and Dmitriy after watching parts
two that we didn't ask...post them here!
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In part two of this three part demo/interview Dmitriy shows how you can create diagrams that represent the logical structure of a data center for the purpose of communicating important information to the developer about the target deployment environment.
He also shows off how the…
In January Ali
posted a preview of the Distributed System Designers to his blog. The screenshots he posted are cool, but we figured it would be better if we went over for a live demo. We split this video up into three parts. In part 1 Ali demo's the Application designer.
This part is…
Milind Lele, program manager on the Visual Studio data team, shows off some of the power of the next SQL Server, code-named Yukon, when combined with the next version of Visual Studio, code-named Whidbey.
One of the big advances in the next version of SQL Server is the inclusion of the .NET…