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Developer Solutions Team - Demos of MSBee, Managed Stack Explorer, and TFS Administration Tool

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The Developer Solutions team invited Ken Levy over to check out their first 3 power toys for Visual Studio 2005.  In this video, you’ll meet the team and catch demos of MSBee, Managed Stack Explorer, and the TFS Administration Tool. 

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    The Discussion

    • LaBomba
      In before Zeo! Tongue Out
    • AdityaG
      Is it just me or was the video is some funky colors?
    • Detroit Muscle
      Is Sara single?
    • Zeo
      Arg....you just beat me(posted at 10:07). Interesting video!

      11:17 Edit:
      Josh Legard and Sarah rock! 2 of the smartest people in the Visual Studio Product Group I'd argue.
    • staceyw

      MSE is cool.  Hope to see more investment in that tool.  Some low hanging fruit is:

      1) Show the path to the exe.
      2) Add the Thread Name if it exists.

      PS - Why is sqlservr.exe in the list? Is that just a loader?

    • SlackmasterK

      So, no tripod on this one, eh?

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    • liridon shala
      staceyw wrote:

      MSE is cool.  Hope to see more investment in that tool.  Some low hanging fruit is:

      1) Show the path to the exe.
      2) Add the Thread Name if it exists.

      PS - Why is sqlservr.exe in the list? Is that just a loader?




      yeah cool I'm sure they will invest more in the tools. Always they will be in future time !
    • Zeo
      Winston Pang wrote:
      Ummm i can't help but notice, are they using some new updated XP, there's build info on the desktop. lol


      It's actually not a "new" version of XP rather its a version of XP that is built with the latest security patches, and fixes baked right into the OS....Like Slipstreaming but slipstreaming into the core OS.
    • SlackmasterK
      Winston Pang wrote:
      Ummm i can't help but notice, are they using some new updated XP, there's build info on the desktop. lol


      Build numbers on the desktop can be enabled via TweakUI.
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    • jledgard
      zeo wrote:
      Josh Ledgard and Sarah rock! 2 of the smartest people in the Visual Studio Product Group I'd argue.




      Thanks I think. Smiley


      staceyw wrote:
      MSE is cool. Hope to see more investment in that tool.


      We plan to do a bit of clean-up on the MSE tool and push out the source code so that people can add stuff they need into the tool. 
    • saraford
      staceyw wrote:

      MSE is cool.  Hope to see more investment in that tool.  Some low hanging fruit is:

      1) Show the path to the exe.
      2) Add the Thread Name if it exists.

      PS - Why is sqlservr.exe in the list? Is that just a loader?



      The amount of investment in the tool is totally up to you.  As Josh says above, we're planning to make it a shared source release, so feel free to jump into the code and play.

      You can log bugs and feature ideas for MSE at
      http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=61470

      I'll have to take a look at the video again to see why sqlservr.exe is in the list.  It's been a while since we shot the video.


      Detroit Muscle wrote:
      Is Sara single?


      No, i'm happily married. 

    • jledgard

      I'll also add that WE ARE HIRING!

      If you'd like to work with us feel free to drop your resume into my inbox @ jledgard@microsoft.com

    • SlackmasterK
      You're Microsoft. Are you ever not hiring?
    • jledgard
      Sure, Microsoft is always hiring, but if you want to work with our rowdy group then you can ping me. Smiley
    • staceyw
      saraford wrote:


      I'll have to take a look at the video again to see why sqlservr.exe is in the list.  It's been a while since we shot the video.



      Thanks.  I should have added that sqlservr.exe is in my list as a managed 2.0 app (i.e. sql 2005 here).  No threads show.  I am guessing that is a managed loader and not sqlsrv itself as I think sql is native.  Just was curious.  Thanks again and looking forward to adding some features to MSE.
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    • saraford
      Winston Pang wrote:
      lol awesome, what's the crtieria? , does MS take on fresh graduates?


      You can find out more details about the job positions opened on the Developer Solutions team at position #1 and position #2.  

      I was a college hire, so yes, MS does hire college grads.  =) You can find out more info about college hires on jobsblog.
    • joycode
      :Dvery nice!
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    • Gretchen
      If you live in Australia, you have a couple options .... 1) You can apply for jobs in Australia (http://members.microsoft.com/careers/international/default.asp?lang=EN&loc=AUS) and check out their recruiting blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/ausjobblog/) or 2) you can apply for jobs in the US through our international recruiting team (http://blogs.msdn.com/jobsblog/archive/2005/08/26/international.aspx or apply to ausrec@microsoft.com.  In the US, we do not have a rigid onboarding training, but we do train you on-the-job without requiring that you have prior experience.  We hire lots of college students from the US and abroad each year.
    • prabhupr
      Hi Sarah

      Is the JOB opening(s) for contract position by any chance?

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