Sonal takes us into meet John Lawrence, development manager on on the
Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation's Source Code Management team. You get to learn all about software project management and lifecycle. Why a daily build is important, how to track bugs, how to ensure that your development team…
Do you use Visual Basic? Well, you should get to know Paul Yuknewicz. He's a program manager on the VB team (he's worked there for more than five years). Talks about his experiences working on the VB team, and what his team is doing to make the VB community
a great one. At about 10:26 he gives a…
S. Somasegar is the corporate Vice President of the Developer Division at Microsoft. Ken Levy took his camcorder over and had a nice chat with him to celebrate the launch of Visual Studio 2005.
Soma also is blogging his thoughts on Visual Studio 2005 and other things.
Doug Neumann is a program manager on Visual Studio Team System's Source Code control system. Join Beth Goza (on camera) and Technical Evangelist Grace Francisco as they talk about Visual Studio Team System.
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.
Rick, general manager of
Visual Studio Team System, defines what team system is. This is the first of two parts. The second part of the interview with Rick,
which you can download here (or will be posted on Monday), talks about the licensing issues surrounding VSTS.Don't know what VSTS is? This…
Over the years Web developers have struggled with a variety of techniques to try and create template based sites. Unfortunately, none of these have been generic and easy to maintain. The introduction
of Master pages is designed to solve this problem.
Conceptually master pages consist of two…
In this screencast
Thom take a look at a new feature within debugging using Visual Studio 2005 called visualizers. Debugging is just one of those necessary evils that we just can’t seem to escape. The Visual Studio debugger has always provided some great features to help
solve this problem.…