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Introducing Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System Web Testing     
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During a recent meeting, I was confronted by a development team that insisted Web testing was impossible, and anyone who figured out how to do it would make a lot of money. Well, Microsoft has already figured out the money part, and in their upcoming Microsoft Visual Studio Team System release, they also provide a tool for the Web testing portion. This article provides an overview of this functionality. It begins by providing a step-by-step approach on how to set up a Web test case and customize...

MSDN Webcast: Build, Build, Build, Test, Test, Test (Part 9 of 15) (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 239  |  Today: 0Author: Joe Hummel      Rating:  
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This is the ninth webcast in our series on designing desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. In this webcast, we show you how to take advantage of the build, analysis and testing tools available in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005....

MSDN Architecture Webcast: Architecting Your Smart Client Applications Using Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects (Level 200)     
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When you are architecting service-oriented applications such as smart clients, it is sometimes easier to conceptualize how the entire application will work in your head. But what if you need to document the application model? What if you are working with an extremely complex environment? Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Architects provides a suite of tools to help you visually model an application, validate it against a network and hardware infrastructure, and then deploy y...

MSDN Architecture Webcast: Migrating to Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System (Level 200)     
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What are the common tasks, pitfalls, and techniques associated with a migration to Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System? This webcast answers those questions and provides a case study of how the 500-person development group at Visual Studio 2005 managed the process including migrating current source control systems, project information, and current projects. You will also learn about the processes and methodologies that your organization might have to extend or adopt to successfully migrate ...

Using Source Code Control in Team Foundation     
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Source code control is a common requirement in all modern software development projects. In its base form, it provides mechanisms for checking source code in and out of a central repository. This allows different developers to work on the same project, with reduced fears of lost code or overwritten changes. Source code control also implies a version control system that can manage files through the development lifecycle, keeping track of which changes were made, who made them, when they were made...

MSDN Webcast: Designing Distributed Applications Around Web Services (Part 12 of 15) (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 309  |  Today: 0Author: Joe Hummel      Rating:  
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This is the twelfth webcast in our series on designing desktop applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0. This webcast looks at the use of Web services as an alternative to remote access in creating true smart client applications. Topics include the pros and cons of Web services, marshal-by-value objects versus marshal-by-reference objects, and the future of Web services with the Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation set of technologies for connected applications....

MSDN Webcast: Multithreading for Performance and Responsiveness (Part 10 of 15) (Level 300)     
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This tenth session in our series on designing desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 presents the theory behind multithreading, and demonstrates ways to use this technology safely within your applications....

MSDN Webcast: Advanced .NET Programming for Grid Computing     
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In this webcast, we discuss practical applications and best practices for implementing grid-enabled software. Using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and the Digipede Network, we show you how to take existing applications that run on single machines and adapt them to run on a grid—a network of many Windows servers or desktops—thus increasing application performance and scalability. Learn how to grid-enable a Microsoft .NET plug-in for Microsoft Office Excel 2003 using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Too...

MSDN Webcast: Creating Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Extensions for Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 (Level 200)     
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Learn how to design and build integrated development environment (IDE) extensions for the Microsoft Visual Studio Team System and Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0. This webcast illustrates how the Guidance Automation Toolkit (GAT) offers a simpler and more powerful alternative to writing macros, add-ins, and packages for the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 IDE. See a demonstration of an end-to-end sample based on the Microsoft patterns & practices Security Guide for ASP.NET. We also look at the next version o...

MSDN Webcast: Introducing the Movie Collection Starter Kit (Level 200)     
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Looking to learn Microsoft Visual Basic 2005? Attend this webcast and learn Visual Basic 2005 by customizing the My Movie Collection Starter kit in the Microsoft Visual Basic Express Edition 2005. The My Movie Starter Kit is a sample application designed to help you track your collection of movies. With this kit, you can organize movies in your collection and look up information online. The application is highly customizable-you can personalize it as you like-and all the code is included so you ...

MSDN Webcast: Using Metrics from Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server to Manage and Troubleshoot Your Projects (Level 200)     
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Many development projects take longer than anticipated and unfortunately exceed their expected budget. This situation can affect both the quality and performance of your applications, as features are sometimes cut to adhere to project requirements. Microsoft Visual Studio Team System provides an integrated and seamless mechanism that enables you not only to track the quality, performance, and reliability of your current development solution, but also to manage your projects more effectively thro...

MSDN Webcast: Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server: Step-by-Step Migration and Adoption Planning (Level 200)     
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Microsoft Visual Studio Team System is a large product that can bring a lot of value to an organization, but it has some complexities. If you are struggling to adopt it or still have not made the commitment to adopt it, join this webcast to learn about the steps that can lead to a successful implementation. Learn about different deployment strategies in addition to strategies for managing users and projects. Find out which changes have the most immediate value and which changes can be integrated...

MSDN Webcast: An Introduction to Visual Studio Team System and the Microsoft Solutions Framework (Level 200)     
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Microsoft Visual Studio Team System ships with two software development methodology templates for the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF), MSF for Agile Software Development and MSF for CMMI® Process Improvement. These templates provide guidance for managing iterative software development using Visual Studio Team System. In this webcast, we discuss some of the concepts behind agile software development and CMMI Process Improvement, and demonstrate how to integrate these methodologies into your d...

MSDN Webcast: Adopting Visual Studio Team System (Level 200)     
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Do you want to start using Microsoft Visual Studio Team System, but are not sure where to start? If so, this webcast is for you. We discuss various installation scenarios and the differences between the three Visual Studio Team System role-based editions and the suite product. Customization of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server is also covered. Find out about the new features available in Visual Studio Team System and learn why you should begin using them in your code. Throughou...

MSDN Webcast: Get the Most Out of Code Snippets in Visual Studio 2005 (Level 200)     
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Code snippets are a handy new productivity enhancement in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. This webcast shows you how to get the most out of this useful feature. We present the basics of managing code snippets (including understanding the XML schema), creating and editing snippets, assigning shortcuts, and more. We also explore how to organize your snippets and share them with other developers....

MSDN Webcast: Extending Visual Studio Team System (Level 200)     
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Southworks S.R.L. is a leading early adopter of Microsoft Visual Studio Team System in the Latin American region. Come hear about their experiences with adopting, customizing, and extending Visual Studio Team System for teams ranging in size from three people to large-scale multi-partner teams of 50 or more. Recent changes in the local law required ISO certifications, which necessitated customizing and extending Visual Studio Team System to cope with requirements not covered by the standard proc...

MSDN Webcast: Making the Most of Microsoft Windows Forms 2.0 Data Binding (Level 300)     
Total Hits: 233  |  Today: 0Author: Steve Lasker      Rating:  
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In the Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.x, data binding evolved from a connected two-tier prototyping tool to a sensible, disconnected, n-tier technology worthy of inclusion in mainstream applications. With the upcoming release of the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0, consider the ante upped. The design time tools are richer, the typed DataSets offer greater encapsulation and the record navigation is simpler. You can generate user interfaces automatically and you can handle master-detail s...

MSDN Webcast: Live from PDC: Generics in Visual Basic 2005 (Level 200)     
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Generics simultaneously offer increased performance, improve code clarity, and reduce your coding effort. Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 includes full support for generics, which is one of the key features introduced in version 2.0 of the Microsoft .NET Framework. Continuing the long tradition of Visual Basic, support for generics is provided through a common-sense programming model that continues to be fully interoperable with other Microsoft .NET programming languages. In this webcast, brought to...

MSDN Webcast: Designing and Implementing Your Software Process with Visual Studio 2005 Team System (Level 200)     
Total Hits: 226  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Events      Rating:  
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Seamlessly integrate your project managers, testers, architects and developers using the advanced features in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System. Integrating team members enables you to increase the communication and collaboration of teams involved. Visual Studio Team System uses enterprise-grade change management tools that improve management of assets and work items. Visual Studio Team System gathers and stores extensive metrics on your project within Microsoft SQL Server 2005, which you...

This is the second webcast in our series on architecting desktop applications with the Microsoft .NET Framework. We focus on common design patterns fo     
Total Hits: 242  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Events      Rating:  
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A well designed and implemented process in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System helps every member of your team communicate and interact more productively with each other....


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