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Lap Around Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2005     
Total Hits: 38  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Face it. Producing high-quality software on-time and on-budget is still a very difficult thing to do. Why is that, anyway? Let's start by admitting that software development isn't just about the software developers. In fact, there are typically many other roles involved in software projects, and the way they work together will determine the success of the project. Project teams typically consist of Project Managers, Business Analysts, Application Architects, Developers, and Testers. Unfortunatel...

Get All Your Devs in a Row with Visual Studio 2005 Team System     
Total Hits: 63  |  Today: 0Author: Chris Menegay      Rating:  
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Software development is generally recognized as a difficult process. Numerous studies have been conducted and volumes of books have been written on how to improve the process of developing applications to yield better and more consistent results. The difficulty has never been in coming up with new and better ideas to develop software. Rather, the difficulty is in taking those ideas and implementing them in meaningful ways in the real world. With Visual Studio® 2005 Team System, Microsoft is taki...

Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Overview     
Total Hits: 39  |  Today: 0Author: Prashant Sridharan      Rating:  
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To be successful, businesses today are faced with the need to build and maintain increasingly complex Information Technology (IT) solutions. Additionally, they have relied upon new technologies to expand business capabilities and develop entirely new business opportunities. While IT organizations once played a supporting role, they are now a key participant in most business strategies. Naturally, businesses want to get the most for their investment in IT projects, which means IT organizations ar...

ILOG Rules for .NET 2.0. Brings BRMS to Microsoft Shops     
Total Hits: 163  |  Today: 0Author: John K. Waters      Rating:  
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The emergence and rapid proliferation of business rules management systems (BRMS) over the past couple of years is strong evidence that IT/business alignment is a front-burner issue. These software tools, designed to automate business-rules decision making in enterprise IT applications, are fast becoming a must-have. In a recent report from industry analyst firm IDC, "Momentum Continues for Leading Vendors in Business Rules Management Systems Market," Group VP Stephen D. Hendricks predicts that ...

Are You Confused Yet?     
Total Hits: 112  |  Today: 0Author: Bradley Jones      Rating:  
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In just about two weeks, Microsoft will launch Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk 2006. Consider a question about this launch. When will these products be released? Here is a hint that may help confuse you: The launch date is November 7th. Did you answer November 7th for the release date of the three products? If so, you score a 67% on accuracy. Although Visual Studio and SQL Server's new editions are expected to be released on the same date as the launch, BizTalk 2006 is not expec...

Creative Designs with Starter Kits     
Total Hits: 219  |  Today: 0Author: Larry Perry      Rating:  
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One of the more enjoyable projects a developer can create is a Windows Screen Saver. While this type of project is not generally mainstream, it provides a break from the normal day-to-day routines. Visual Studio 2005 endeavors to provide an easier method for the creation of screen savers by providing a special project category called a Starter Kit. By selecting a Screen Saver Starter Kit, a solution is created that includes the code needed to publish a screen saver of your own. To better underst...

Installing Visual Studio.NET Beta 2.0     
Total Hits: 165  |  Today: 0Author: Exforsys      Rating:  
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In this tutorial you will learn the procedure for Installing Visual Studio.NET Beta 2.0 starting with minimum system requirements, runtime setup and side by side installation. In this tutorial we shall be using Visual Studio.NET BETA 2.0 regular edition. Read te article to learn more!...

Defense in Depth     
Total Hits: 146  |  Today: 0Author: Don Kiely      Rating:  
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I recently spoke at Whidbey Blast, a one-day, Visual Studio 2005 conference hosted by the Northern Colorado .NET Users Group. I did the keynote and a session about MSBuild, then sat in on some of the other sessions that covered a variety of upcoming technologies. One of the sessions was by Keith Brown, security guru and a fellow Visual Developer - Security MVP. He asked how many people develop or have developed partially trusted applications. Only one person — out of perhaps the 50 people in the...

Visual Studio 2005 Pricing and Delays     
Total Hits: 226  |  Today: 0Author: Paul Ballard      Rating:  
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Microsoft has released the pricing for the various editions of Visual Studio 2005 including pricing for those with MSDN subscriptions. This news comes on the heels of other announcements that Visual Studio 2005 (and therefore SQL Server 2005) will be further delayed to the end of the year....

Visual Studio Team System     
Total Hits: 204  |  Today: 0Author: Matt Nicholson      Rating:  
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With the next version of the Visual Studio development environment, Microsoft is launching Visual Studio Team Suite. This will deliver three new Editions of Visual Studio which, together with Team Foundation Server, will provide tools for managing the whole development lifecycle. Matt Nicholson introduces a major series of hands-on reviews by Ian Murphy, now updated for the Beta 2 release....

Ballmer: .NET Outperforms WebSphere, Again     
Total Hits: 214  |  Today: 0Author: Jim Fawcette      Rating:  
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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer continues to challenge IBM on the benchmarking front, much as Oracle used to continuously trump DB2 in the TPS wars. Using Sun Microsystems WSTest 1.1, Microsoft claims .NET 2.0 yields 200 percent better performance than IBM WebSphere, and 40 percent better than today's .NET 1.1. No details of the test were disclosed, but the differential is impressive and IBM's relative silence continues since Microsoft started this battle with benchmarks released by VP Soma Somasega...

The Composite UI Application Block     
Total Hits: 294  |  Today: 0Author: Guy Starbuck      Rating:  
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The composite UI Application Block (called "CAB" in the online community) is a new application block that is being developed by Microsoft patterns & practices and is scheduled for release shortly after the final release of .NET 2.0. The current code for the Composite UI Application Block is the first Community Technology Preview. As with any beta release, there could always be changes before the final version. The core design and concepts, however, are less likely to undergo any major changes, a...

ASP.NET 2.0 Client-Side Features: Bring Server-Side Power to the Client     
Total Hits: 249  |  Today: 0Author: Thiru Thangarathinam      Rating:  
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In addition to providing a number of new features on the server side, ASP.NET 2.0 also provides a number of improvements on the client side; these increase Web developers' productivity. These feature improvements include script callbacks, cross-page postbacks, setting focus in a page, client-side button click events, and maintaining scrollbar position in the page. This article explores ASP.NET 2.0's client-side features in detail, providing examples of how to use them in your Web applications....

What's New in .NET 2.0 for Assemblies and Versioning?     
Total Hits: 76  |  Today: 0Author: Juval Lowy      Rating:  
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.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 have numerous innovations regarding assemblies and versioning. You can add a reference to an EXE assembly, resolve type conflicts by aliasing a reference, given permission, you can access the internal types of another assembly, protect and manage with ease your strong name keys, insist on building against a specific version of an assembly, and target specific CPU architectures....

On the Horizon: A Quick Reference to Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server, Team System, and Beyond     
Total Hits: 283  |  Today: 0Author: A. Russell Jones      Rating:  
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With so many frameworks and tools—long ago promised—still in the oven at Microsoft, we decided to do a quick round-up: Here are the major developments Redmond has promised and our thoughts on the juicy tidbits that make them worth waiting for....

Tech·Ed 2005: Connectivity Enhancements Fuel Excitement     
Total Hits: 218  |  Today: 0Author: A. Russell Jones      Rating:  
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New tools, official release dates for Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 (finally), and a new openness from Microsoft infuse this year's Tech·Ed with new developer capabilities, new power for IT administration and management, and a clear roadmap for development—making this a very good time to be a developer....

SQL Server, VS at top of TechEd dance card     
Total Hits: 186  |  Today: 0Author: Margie Semilof      Rating:  
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- IT administrators and developers will flock to Microsoft's largest technology conference this week looking for the latest news about a host of major technologies in Microsoft's pipeline that are promised for the second half of the year. Among the highlights of TechEd 2005: Developers are expecting a new community technical preview of SQL Server 2005 and some richer explanation about Visual Studio 2005, which recently went into a second beta test....

VS 2005 release date set; now what?     
Total Hits: 224  |  Today: 0Author: Ed Tittel      Rating:  
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In case you missed the many news feeds from last week's Tech-Ed in Orlando (June 6-10), let me be the first to tell you that not only has Microsoft set the release date for Visual Studio 2005, but it has also done likewise for SQL Server 2005 and Biztalk Server 2006. All will be formally launched some time during the week of November 7, 2005, according to Paul Flessner, MS senior VP of Server Applications. Leaving aside the other two items for the time being (more on them later) this raises two ...

Native DataSet Compression in Visual Studio.NET 2005     
Total Hits: 189  |  Today: 0Author: Peter A. Bromberg      Rating:  
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Among other enhancements in Visual Studio.NET 2005, we now have the System.IO.Compression namespace, which offers industry standard Deflate ("zip") and GZip compression codecs. Since I've been somewhat involved in this area, particularly with the binary serialization and compression of DataSets for remoting over the wire, I thought it would be worthwhile to compare the new SerializationFormat.Binary enumeration on the DataSet class, which now enables DataSets to describe themselves to the Binary...

Visual Studio.NET 2005 Beta 1: The Lowdown     
Total Hits: 155  |  Today: 0Author: Peter A. Bromberg      Rating:  
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I did not experience any installation issues at all, installing the product on two separate machines, Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003. Just make sure you UNINSTALL everything relating to any previous CTP or Beta versions of the 2.0 Framework or VS.NET 2005 (Whidbey) first, including Device Emulator and MSDN Library. There appears to be no problem with existing version of VS.NET 2003 residing on the same machine. As before, the only thing to be aware about is the new ASP.NET tab in IIS, an...



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