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Make sure you take advantage of Visual Studio 2010 license offers before April 12th
For Visual Studio 2010 Professional Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Professional will launch on April 12 but you can beat the rush and secure your copy today by pre-ordering at the affordable estimated retail price of $549, a saving of $250. If you use a previous version of Visual Studio or any other development tool then you are eligible for this upgrade. Along with all the great new features in Visual Studio 2010 (see Visual Studio 2010 Professional includes a 12-month ......

Posted On Thursday, March 11, 2010 5:37 AM

Toolbox: SQL Aliaser
Jeremy Wiebe here at Imaginet created a handy tool for managing SQL aliases: The SQL Aliaser tool aims to solve one small problem: managing an alias for a SQL Server. This tool allows you to alias a remote SQL Server to your local SQL Server. Currently it is very limited in functionality, but it makes the process of flipping between the remote SQL Server and your local instance as easy as clicking a single button. This release supports 64-bit platforms. Future releases may add support for multiple ......

Posted On Monday, August 3, 2009 12:24 PM

Clarification on SQL Server license included with TFS 2008
I wasn’t 100% sure myself so I clarified with MS that the restricted license of SQL Server standard that comes with Team Foundation Server 2008 is limited to SQL Server 2005 standard. In short, even though SQL 2008 Standard or Enterprise is supported with TFS 2008, you MUST LICENSE IT SEPERATELY from your TFS license. This is consistent with what you read in the VSTS 2008 Licensing Whitepaper. Technorati Tags: TFS,Install,SQL Server ......

Posted On Thursday, July 16, 2009 3:17 PM

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