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Doug Seven: Visual Studio Team System 2008 and Rosario

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At TechEd, I got a chance to sit down with Doug Seven, a Technical Product Manager on the Visual Studio Team System to discuss why developers would be interested in VSTS 2008, agile development, and the next version of Team System codenamed "Rosario."

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    Klaus Enevoldsen
    Oh my God! This is a great interview... There are so many great new things coming in Rosario... Where is the CTP download that they mention in the end of the interview?
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    briankel
    Here you go - see the link on the right-hand side of this page:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/bb725993.aspx

    There are "mini-stories" on the desktop to get you started.
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    Klaus Enevoldsen

    Thanks. I missed the April 2008 CTP, great! I love what you have done with the agile work items - hierarchy items, user stories and test cases - great stuff.

    I'm looking forward to seeing the WPF test feedback tool that is mentioned in the video, to have the testers record a video of the bug is good stuff, it will definitely reduce the correspondence of some bugs.

    Actually, I have read the published specifications on Rosario and I like the way that you keep everything in the same document. All the way from the requirements down to the actual implementation of every feature - in my team at work we have done the same in our documentation and the users love it.

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    wil2300
    The next release will be fully loaded.
    Not sure where this belongs, but here is something I'd like to see added:  Code to HTML or something of the sort. I am trying to use Google Blogger with LiveWriter and so far, I can't get VS code to any article. I used both Insert Code Snippet and Insert from VS plugins but it still looks horrible on Blogger (the lines look like they are 1.5x spaced or something). It is seriously holding me up from posting stuff.

    So basically, a VS tool to port code either to LW or to file (like in VS2003) would be nice!

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