"Go to Slashdot and I guarantee you that on almost any Microsoft post someone will be making a Clippy joke," Tony Goodhew says.
He's one of the guys planning out a future version of Visual Studio.
So, why are we talking about Clippy and Visual Studio? Well, Microsoft Bob wasn't a…
Yeah, yeah, the next version of Visual Studio isn't even done yet. You know, the "2005" version that's code-named "Whidbey."
So, why we talking about the version after that? Its code name is "Orcas." Well, Tony Goodhew and a small band of geeks over in building 42…
What kinds of applications will you be able to build with the next version of Visual Studio? Ori discusses the kinds of apps that'll take advantage of WiFi and cellular phone technologies.
What kinds of applications would you like to build?
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 you'll be able…