My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio.
Yesterday, Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and .Net 3.5 SP1 were released. Below is a list of links related to those releases:
- Greg Duncan had the first announcement that I saw: It’s an SP1 kind of day – .Net3.5SP1, VS2008 SP1, TFS 2008 SP1 have been released… Both via MSDN Subscribers and Microsoft Downloads
- The Web Developer Tools Team has a summary of Web Development Updates in Visual Studio 2008 SP1
- US ISV Developer Evangelism Team has a summary of the contents of the service packs for Visual Studio and .Net
- The Visual C++ Team Blog has a list of Connect issues that made it in the SP1 release for VC++ and a list of TR1 Fixes in VC9 SP1.
- Marlon Grech has a good tidbit of information in his announcement that he found in the readme file. Windows Update will prompt the user to reboot on Vista if the machine does not have .Net 2.0 SP2 and .Net 3.0 SP2 installed. Allowing that computer to reboot will cause the Visual Studio SP1 installation to fail. You should postpone the reboot until after the VS SP1 installation is complete. Thanks to Marlon for this good information.
- Visual Studio Profiler Team has a summary of profiler improvements in VS 2008 SP1
- Alvin Ashcraft posted several good links related to the VS 2008 SP1 release on his link blog.
Carlos Quintero posted some links to Visual Studio 2008 SDK Document in his blog post on The (missing) Visual Studio 2008 SDK Reference.
The Web Developer Tools Team continues their tip series with Tip #4 Did you know… You can add browsers to Visual Web Developer using the “Browse With…” option.
Charles Sterling posted links to the Most popular Team System How do I videos as well the link to the Updated Team Foundation Installation Guide for Visual Studio Team System 2008.
Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #289 explains the “Enable Just My Code” debugging option.
Greg Duncan posted a link to the release of eScrum TFS Template v1.1.