Microsoft Corp adds database developer to the list of roles covered by Visual Studio Team System, at its TechEd conference in Boston next month.
Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals, will soon hit PCs as beta (June 12), the final version being expected by year-end, while its extension toward project&portfolio administration is also expected.
The main thought behind this announcement is the combination of Microsoft Project and Microsoft Systems Center.
Next-generation Visual Studio, code-named "Orcas," will build around Vista's key-features.
Microsoft Visual Studio Team System (MS-VSTS) Team Edition for Database Professionals allows programmers, testers, project managers, and architects to work on the same Microsoft product edition.
The current Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 boasts extensive 64-bit support. Visual C++ 2005 supports compiling for x64 (AMD64 and EM64T) as well as IA-64 (Itanium). Previous versions of Visual Studio did not come with 64-bit support. The Platform SDK only included the 64-bit compilers and 64-bit versions of the Visual C++ 6.0 libraries.
Visual Studio 2005 is available in several editions, which are significantly different from previous versions: Express, Standard, Professional, Tools for Office, and Team System. In addition to these, four separate Team System editions are provided in conjunction with MSDN Premium subscriptions: Team Suite, Team Edition for Software Architects, Team Edition for Software Developers, and Team Edition for Software Testers.
Team System includes support for large development organizations, and comes in separate editions for software architects, developers, and testers.
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