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Here Brian Randell presents everything you need to know to get started with Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Database Professionals.
Brian A. Randell
MSDN Magazine February 2007
The latest releases of WinDBG and Visual Studio know exactly how to use source server, so its benefits are available to both .NET and native C++ developers. See why this is so important in tracking down bugs.
MSDN Magazine August 2006
Many of you are no doubt in the process of upgrading to Visual StudioÃÂ® 2005, so I thought now would be a good time to relate some of my own experiences with the new compiler. What took me so long? Hey, I'm a retro kind of guy! Better late than never!.
MSDN Magazine June 2006
Visual Studio 2005 introduces a new model that lets you define your own project templates and starter kits, something developers have been requesting for some time. Here Matt Milner shows you how to consume, create, and customize these templates.
MSDN Magazine January 2006
In this article, Chris Menegay shows you how to use Team System throughout your software development lifecycle. He covers both the client tools available with Visual Studio Team Suite and the server features enabled by Team Foundation Server.
MSDN Magazine Visual Studio 2005 Guided Tour 2006
2005 was a truly exciting year for us here at MSDN Magazine. We launched a new magazine. We covered all sorts of amazing advances for the programmer, courtesy of Visual Studio 2005. We lost a couple of weeks, because of that dodgy falafel cart on 49th Street.
When Visual Studio 2005 ships, it will include a major upgrade to the Visual C++ Libraries that was the result of a complete security review of the functions contained in the C Runtime Library, Standard C++ Library, ATL, and MFC. From that extensive review came the Safe C and C++ Libraries, which can improve the security and robustness of your apps.
MSDN Magazine May 2005
Visual Studio 2005 Team System includes tools to help project managers, architects, developers, testers, and even development managers. In this article, the author provides an overview of Team System using the Visual Studio 2005 December Community Technology Preview, shows you how to set up a development project, and explores the typical development process, from inception through testing.
MSDN Magazine April 2005
There are plenty of times when you need to get information on running processes, not the least of which is during performance tuning. Using the techniques in this article and special .NET classes you'll see how to get a process' ID, name, priority, number of threads, kernel handle, and memory consumption, as well as its user-mode, kernel-mode, and total elapsed running time and put them to use in a custom app called AssemblyBrowser.
MSDN Magazine October 2004
Microsoft is introducing a new suite of tools (code-named "Whitehorse") that will make it easier for you to design and implement systems that conform to a service-oriented architecture. Two of these tools -- the SOA Design Suite and the Class Designer -- support the graphical design of systems and components with support for code generation and support for bi-directional synchronization which lets you ensure that your diagram always represents your system design. This article introduces these tools and shows you how they'll improve your design and development efforts.
Brian A. Randell and Rockford Lhotka
MSDN Magazine July 2004
Navigation is central to a well functioning Web application and it can be implemented numerous ways using today's technologies. This article highlights some of the key details of the new navigation controls that are part of the upcoming ASP.NET 2.0, and talks about how to design and implement one of these navigation controls today. This article contains a simple Web site that demonstrates the use of these navigation controls, pointing out some of the key items such as a breadcrumb control and things to watch for along the way. The article then describes how to implement a breadcrumb control today.
Dave Donaldson and Steven DeWalt
MSDN Magazine June 2004
Edited by Nancy Michell
For projects such as forms apps and class libraries you can exclude folders which reside in the directory from the project. That menu option does not seem to exist when you create a website in VS 2005, is there any way to do it?
I have been working with Visual studio 2005 and .net 2.0. now i am planning to move on to .net 4.0 with visual studio 2005.
i want advice and experience share from other on same senario. is VS 2005 suport .net 4.0, what kind of issue i will be face. i also want to use new AJAX tool kit.
so kindly guide me.
Has anyone deployed a website using the login database in the visual studio 2010 asp website template? I was wondering if I could look at someone's example to see how the integrated this into their website.
I want to develop sequential workflow using visual studio 2005. I have development server with Windows Server 2003 x86 installed.
Could anyone advise will i need to install Sharepoint first to have workflow feature in visual studio.
Also what all extension component i need to install to develop Sequential Workflow for Sharepoint 2007 document library.
Please refer to the article http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/vsdebug/thread/e2c795cd-b7a0-4fad-b7c9-b1ca40d7302e