Snow, turkeys, Win 7 phones, floods, Kinects, and cold: It’s been an interesting month here in the Northwest. In other news, VSALMDC released documentation for Visual Studio Feature Pack 2 and created additional content for the MSDN Library. And for those of you are having holidays this month and are planning on enjoying them: Happy Holidays!
Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 and Project Server Integration Feature Pack (Beta) enables data to flow from work items in Team Foundation to tasks in enterprise project plans.
If you subscribe to MSDN, you can now manage your portfolio of software projects using work items in Team Foundation Server 2010 that are mapped to tasks in enterprise project plans. The beta version of this feature pack,
First, a caveat: VS 2010 SP1 Beta recently shipped with a go-live license. This post is not about that. If you have VS 2010, and you install VS 2010 SP1 Beta, you’ll get all the new bells and whistles in SP1.
Back in January, I wrote this post that showed that we really needed to change directions on the SDK content. The major elements of the new approach are
Throw out what was there because it wasn’t working
Deliver a new set of SDK content that covers at least the core elements of the client object model.