In this session we present processes and tools from the upcoming Visual Studio Team System code name "Rosario" release and Microsoft Research and show how we deliver on quality, scalability, and experience goals for the new class of applications that demand
rich UI, service consumption, and frequent release.
Habib Heydarian is a Lead Program manager on the VSTS Development group. His main responsibilities include the Visual Studio debugger, profiler, code coverage and pretty much anything related to troubleshooting and diagnosing applications.
He joined Microsoft in 2000 and has been in Developer Division ever since. Before joining Microsoft, Habib studied computer science at the Australian National University in Canberra. While not at work, Habib spends his time playing with robots, shooting hoops
or chasing that elusive Yellowfin. One of his favorite possessions is a Washington state license plate with the label "RUNTIME".
Justin Marks started at Microsoft in 2002 after receiving his BS in Computer Science and Engineering from MIT. He has worked on MSN.com as a Systems Engineer, Windows as a Software Design Engineer in Test, and now Visual Studio as a
Program Manager. As the PM on the Diagnostics team, Justin has been working on the Historical Debugger feature for the next release of Visual Studio 2010.