Visual Studio 2005

Posted by | October 15, 2005
Two new Visual Studio Team System MVPs!

A bit belated in this posting, but Steven Borg and I are both Microsoft MVPs now! I attended the MVP summit a few weeks ago as an RD, and I've...

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Posted by | October 13, 2005
Who''s heading to camp next weekend?

Seattle Code Camp is just around the corner - about 10 days away. Steven Borg and I are going to be presenting a couple of Team System and SQL Server...

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Posted by | October 11, 2005
Visual Studio 2003/2005 shortcuts

A friend of mine sent me this link. It's a pretty good reference page on the core keyboard shortcuts.

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Posted by | September 29, 2005
Building Team System Demos

I've been frantically working for the past few days on an important Team System demo using the latest bits.  Folks, we've come a LONG way from Beta 1!  And we...

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Posted by | September 21, 2005
GssUtil.exe replaced by TfsSecurity.exe

If you've been trying to find GssUtil.exe so you can script the new Beta 3 release of TFS, you won't be able to!  Instead, you'll use the new TfsSecurity.  Luckily,...

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Posted by | September 6, 2005
Consuming ASP.NET Web Services from SQLCLR

2013-08-28 18:36:45

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Posted by | September 5, 2005
Got Code Snippets?

If you haven't played with the new Code Snippets features in Visual Studio 2005, you're missing out! It makes it easy to keep an entire library of useful code snippets within Visual...

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Posted by | August 12, 2005
I''m the database geek of the week?

Just "of the week"? I'm hurt. :-) My interview with Simple Talk is online now.

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Posted by | August 2, 2005
Visual Studio 2005 For Dummies

Congratulations to my friends John Alexander (Microsoft RD from Kansas City) and Jeff Julian on their forthcoming book. I just saw it advertised on Amazon.

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Posted by | June 21, 2005
Free Whidbey book online!

Looks like 3 Leaf's Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers is online, with chapters that can be downloaded. I call it 3 Leaf's book, because of who contributed: Kris Horrocks,...

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