Saturday, November 12, 2005

Visual Studio 2005 & SQL Server 2005


Paul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows: Visual Studio 2005 & SQL Server 2005: Introduction: "It was supposed to be different. A few years back, Microsoft laid out a roadmap which included various product 'waves,' generations of products that were linked technologically. After the company shipped Windows XP, executives from Microsoft projected that the next product waved, called Yukon, would encompass a major new upgrade to SQL Server (itself codenamed 'Yukon') and a new generation of developer products, including updates to Visual Studio and the .NET Framework (both codenamed 'Whidbey'). At the time, the Yukon wave was primarily notable for the SQL Server technology that would serve as the foundation for the WinFS storage engine. It would be followed by the Longhorn wave, which as we all know, would have included a major new Windows version (now called Windows Vista), a major Windows Server upgrade (still known as Longhorn Server), and another round of Visual Studio and .NET Framework upgrades (both codenamed Orcas)."

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