Posted by decipherinfosys on November 22, 2008
In the latest issue of the SQL Server Magazine, there was an attachment for some of the training videos which pointed to this site:
and when you go there, it is a re-direction to the ISV Innovation site:
Over there, you will get 8 different video tutorials. In case you have not gone over those yet, take a look – they are very well done and gives you a lot of very good information about the new feature sets of SQL Server 2008. These are the 8 tutorials:
1) Uncovering T-SQL on SQL Server 2008.
2) Working with unstructured data in SQL Server 2008.
3) Working with asynchronous data in SQL Server 2008.
4) Deploying managed code to SQL Server 2008.
5) Developing for SQL Server 2008 using Visual Studio.
6) SQL Server 2008 and ADO.Net Entity Framework Integration.
7) Communicating with SQL Server 2008 using HTTP.
8 ) Working with SQL Server 2008 and Disconnected Clients.
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Posted by decipherinfosys on October 10, 2008
MSFT gave the users a first peek on Visual Studio 2010 and the .Net 4.0 framework and also a peek at the Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) 2010 – code named Rosario. You can read more on the overview in this post at MSDN:
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Posted by decipherinfosys on August 12, 2008
The first service pack for Visual Studio 2008 and .Net Framework 3.5 has been released by MSFT. You can download the Visual Studio 2008 service pack here and the updated .Net 3.5 Framework over here. Microsoft had described the service pack release as a release focussed on improving rapid application development (and deployment), advancing appl. development through new feature sets and making data driven programming simpler. We will blog more in the days to come on the new features that have been added.
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Posted by decipherinfosys on March 28, 2008
If you have been playing with the Visual Studio Team System 2008 (VSTS), here is a link to the MSDN site for the “How Do I” videos which is the best way to learn. If you do not have Silverlight installed, it will ask you to install it first prior to launching the videos. Schema Comparison, Data Comparison, Build Notifications, Data Bound Web Tests etc. are all displayed in easy to learn videos.
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