Ori Amiga, program manager on the Visual Studio for Devices Team, demonstrates the next version of Visual Studio for Whidbey.
Drag and drop and, bang, you have a Web browser control right on your phone.
In another video we just posted Ori discusses the emulator that's built into the next…
SmartPhones. PocketPCs. How do you build applications for them? With Visual Studio, of course.
There's a whole team of people who are building the next version of Visual Studio for devices.
You can meet them on this video tour.
But here Ori Amiga shows off all the devices that he has hanging…
Ori Amiga, group program manager on the Visual Studio for Devices team, takes us to meet his coworkers.
The video was shot on a "bug bash" where the team members were cranking to fix as many bugs as possible.
ClickOnce is a new deployment technology in the next version of Visual Studio (Visual Studio 2005, aka "Whidbey").
ClickOnce lets you deliver .NET apps with just a single click off of a Web page. Here Jamie Cool demonstrates the developer experience of ClickOnce and how…
Want to build a Web site? You've gotta check out the new Visual Web Developer Express. The Channel 9 team has been playing with it internally and it's amazing how easy building a Web application is today. Here Brian Goldfarb talks about some ways that
the Web Developer Edition makes Web…
Here's the final part of the late night session with the Burton team (Visual Studio Team System). In this segment, Jason and Tom answers questions from the customers who attended the presentation on test driven development.
Here's the previous three parts:
What happens when a passionate program manager, Jason Anderson, kidnaps a handful of customers and a Channel 9 camera guy? An interesting discussion about test driven development. In this segment Jason shows how to add a new test in the next version of
For those who missed the…