Top 10 Posts for 2005


For the curious (me), these are the ten most popular posts on this blog in 2005, which I determiend using an arbitrary system based on Web hits, aggregator hits, and comments. Also, I didn’t count the “New Team System Stuff” posts I used to do.



  1. A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Visual Studio 2005 Team System, Part I
  2. A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Visual Studio 2005 Team System, Part II
  3. Team Foundation Server, Windows SharePoint Services and Active Directory
  4. VPC Available on MSDN Subscriber Downloads
  5. Viewing Downloaded CHM Files
  6. Is the June CTP for Me?
  7. Team System Pricing & Licensing
  8. A Peek Inside the Microsoft ‘Whidbey’ Ship Room
  9. Multimedia Documentation – eHow-To
  10. Team System 64-Bit Support

Comments (3)

  1. Wade says:

    Regarding the Hitchhiker’s Guide (which is great) …

    I’ve got a question regarding setting up a software developer for VS.NET 2005.

    I keep seeing "Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Developers" mentioned, but nowhere in our MSDN subscription can I find a product call this — only "Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition.

    I’ve already setup a Team Foundation Server, and it seems to be running great. Now I want to setup a developer workstation to work with it — what version of Visual Studio should I install?

    I’ve found tons of walkthroughs for setting up TFS, but nothing for a developer workstation.

    Thanks,

    Wade

  2. Andrew Timberlake-Newell says:

    Wade said, "…but nowhere in our MSDN subscription can I find a product call this — only Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition."

    Wade, it sounds like you may need to transition or upgrade your MSDN subscription.

    Check the transition FAQ: http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/products/subscriptions/transition/faq/