Visual Studio 2005 SP1 and Team Foundation Server SP1: Get it while it’s hot!

Visual Studio 2005 SP1 is out the door! Get your bits here. There are fixes and enhancements across the entire Visual Studio 2005 product line so be sure to download the corresponding SP1 bits for your edition. I’m especially excited for Team Foundation Server SP1. Brian already provided a lot of information about what SP1 means…


Submit Your Questions for the Upcoming Channel 9 Interviews of the Team Foundation Server Team

On Dec. 14 & 15 I will be filming more Visual Studio Team System Channel 9 interviews on-site with the Team Foundation Server team in Raleigh, North Carolina. I am pleased to announce that Brian Harry has graciously agreed to take some time on camera to talk about the roadmap for Team Foundation Server which he posted last week….


How to install the Microsoft Loopback Adapter on Windows Vista

Recently I’ve been trying to figure out how to install the Microsoft Loopback Adapter on Windows Vista since I couldn’t find an “Add New Hardware” option for manually installing devices like there was in Windows XP and other legacy versions of Windows. Windows Vista caters to the plug-and-play world which will be great for most users, but…


Team Foundation Server Roadmap

Brian Harry published a must-read roadmap which should give you a good idea of what’s coming in future releases of Team Foundation Server. There’s a LOT of great stuff in there which should whet your appetite about what their team has been hard at work on. The first comment Brian received on his post pretty…