It's here! You can download it !
… that the next Community Technology Preview of Rosario (officially known as Microsoft® Visual Studio® Team System code name “Rosario” April 2008 CTP) is now available. Customers can immediately begin downloading the VPC images from our download page.
Here's a list of walkthroughs broken out by product:
- Exploring the existing code structure
- Designing process flow as activities
- Designing user interactions with systems
- Designing system functionality as components
- Visualizing and designing types in systems
- Visualizing and designing interaction sequences in systems
- Simplify Code Analysis rule selection with rule sets
- Find and fix a bug using the historical debugger
- Identify the test impact of code changes
- Find a bug on a separate machine using the standalone debugger
- Building and using an off-line representation of your operational database as a “sandbox” development environment.
- Using Data Generation to custom-build data for testing your database application.
- Making and unit-testing schema and code changes in an off-line environment.
- Performing static code analysis of your programmability objects.
- Planning a testing effort
- Executing manual test cases
- Verify the fix
- Automate a manual test and add validation.
Team Foundation Server
- Managing an Agile schedule
- Easier reporting from Excel
- Managing features with the CMMI Process
- A new Add Files to Source Control wizard and support for drag and drop from Windows Explorer to Source Control Explorer
- An enhanced, non-modal conflict resolution experience, integrated into the pending changes tool window
- A new history view that shows labels applied to a file as well as how changes were merged across branches
- A new automated build system built on Windows Workflow Foundation, featuring dynamic build machine allocation from a machine pool and distributed build functionality
- Rollback for a check in (currently only available at the command line)
- Many Source Control Explorer usability enhancements
Feedback in the form of bugs and suggestions can be submitted via http://connect.microsoft.com/visualstudio. Make sure when you submit issues through Connect that you indicate the product version as being “Visual Studio Team System Code Name “Rosario” (April 2008 CTP)”.