Visual Studio 2008 Guide By Hitchhiker

When you download and install Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2, you may notice that some of the product names have changed for this release. On the Help menu in Team Suite, click About and you'll find that many of the products in Team System have a new name. Since we released Visual Studio 2005, we’ve […]

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When you download and install Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2, you may notice that some of the product names have changed for this release. On the Help menu in Team Suite, click About and you'll find that many of the products in Team System have a new name.

Since we released Visual Studio 2005, we’ve heard from you that the capabilities of each of the team editions don’t always map to the way you define roles in your organizations. To simplify the naming and respond to this feedback, we’ve renamed the team editions to remove specific role names. Of course, this doesn’t mean we’re changing Team System’s charter – it’s still designed to help everyone on the team collaborate together through integrated tools, processes, and guidance.

Following is a list of the name changes compared to what they were in Visual Studio 2005.

More info: A Hitchhiker's Guide to Visual Studio 2008  Part I | Part II

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