• SQL Server 2005 reaches RTM

    Microsoft's SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 were released to manufacturing today. The new database server is poised to make real inroads in the large enterprise market.

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  • SQL Server 2005 reaches RTM at long last

    Microsoft's SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 were released to manufacturing last week. The new database server is positioned to make inroads in the large enterprise market.

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  • Planning for 2006? Microsoft’s desktop blows ashore starting mid-year

    Microsoft keeps talking about its Longhorn wave. It started with SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005. In 2006, we will see Vista, Office 12, MOM 3.0 and maybe even Exchange 12.

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  • Get ready for a big batch of Visual Studio 2005 betas!

    Just before the 4th of July break, Microsoft announced a whole passel of Visual Studio 2005 betas to the world. Learn more about them here.

    Etittel4,750 pointsBadges:
  • WinForms 2.0: What’s new

    Numerous WinForms improvements will greet developers when they get started with Visual Studio 2005. This article summarizes some of the major benefits developers can expect.

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  • Podcast: The Visual Studio 2005 SP1 update for Windows Vista

    This podcast revisits the recent Visual Studio 2005 SP1 released specifically for Windows Vista and points out three things of interest to .NET developers.

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  • Microsoft ready to grow lifecycle tool space

    As Microsoft ushered Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 out the door this week, the company reported growth in revenue, the.NET community and its lists of SQL and VS partners. That positions the company well as it enters the lifecycle tools market, one executive said.

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  • Visual Studio 2005 modeler will target app deployment

    Developers are often accused of "throwing software over the wall." With the System Definition Model (SDM) supported in upcoming VS 2005 Team System, you can forge a contract between development, deployment and operations. Is this the end of finger pointing as we know it?

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  • All aboard the Microsoft Visual Studio Express

    Microsoft released its first free versions of its developer tools under Express Edition branding with Visual Studio 2005. Visual Studio 2008 is no exception.

    Etittel4,750 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Developments: Product news, October 2006

    This month's featured products include a variety of database programming tools, a VS 2005 IDE enhancer and a product that helps teams visualize the requirements process.

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