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Norman Guadagno: Announcing Visual Studio Team System 2010

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Norman Guadagno, the Director of Product Management for Visual Studio Team System shares the key enhancements coming in the next version of Visual Studio, officially named Visual Studio 2010. In this video, you'll hear Norman discuss new features in Team Architect including new visual designers and UML support, new software quality features including historical debugging, how the Database Edition is being rolled rolled into the Team Developer edition and lots more.

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      RoryBecker2
      Still watching/listening so I'm very early in asking this, however.....

      Is .Net Framework going to include a New CLR or are we going to continue with v2.0?
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      RoryBecker2
      Or perhaps CLR 2.0 and DLR v1.0?
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      AthemeX
      I haven't seen the video yet, but I guess they'll keep a lot of the details until the PDC.
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      Miguel Llopis
      Pretty awesome video, looking forward to the next one! Smiley
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      figuerres
      Feedback to the VS / TS folks:  I  could really use a lot ofthe tools that right now are only in the TS sku's
      for example: Code Profiling , Web Service Unit Test

      PLEASE think of moving them to VS Pro !  we spend the money on the MSDN SUB to have tools but we are too small a shop to buy TS when there are only 1 developer and one owner who are doing software in our small company.
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      CRPietschma​nn
      Nice, Visual Studio "10" will be released as "Visual Studio 2010". You could just call it VS'10

      Yeah, I'm expecting there to be much more info released at PDC.

      RoryBecker2 asked a good question: "Is .Net Framework going to include a New CLR or are we going to continue with v2.0?"
      I am very interested in learning what new features will be in the CLR, and if it will warrant a new CLR version or if it'll just be built on top of 2.0.

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      kettch
      Too bad Visual Studio Extensibility already uses it. VS X could be good for some laughs. Big Smile
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      sahina
      I get pissed off when marketing people say things like "architects pontificating design..." for the sake of marketing the "democratization" idiom in the VS 2010. It sounded like a silly thing to say...


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      normanguada​gno
      I agree, it did sound a little silly. What I meant to emphasize is that the tools really do make it easier for everyone to access the capabilities. "Democratization" is an easy shorthand for me and I know we tend to overuse it. We are shooting for all the tools to be that much more accessible to everyone.  Hopefully next time I will not pontificate quite so much.

      -Norman
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      gduncan411

      One vote for "Twenty-Ten"

      Much easier on the tongue than "two thousand and ten"

      I'm really looking forward to the goodness in this release. The Repro help is huge!

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      kumareshh
      yeah!  really nice video.. keep updates!....
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      TATWORTH
      Where is the Visual Studio 2010 CTP download?
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      allyouwanti​sme

      I'm expecting there to be much more info released at PDC.

      RoryBecker2 asked a good question: "Is .Net Framework going to include a New CLR or are we going to continue with v2.0?"
      I am very interested in learning what new features will be in the CLR, and if it will warrant a new CLR version or if it'll just be built on top of 2.0.

       

      bingo online

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