Chapter 7. Know Your Solutions, and Other Project and Debugging Tweaks

All good things must come to an end.

Throughout the book, I’ve talked about having tested nearly every feature area of Microsoft Visual Studio, moving to a new area every six months or so. Testing the project and solution feature area completed my tour of the core IDE features. After four and a half years of testing Visual Studio by using the build of Visual Studio we were testing to write test code (yes, it is meant to be recursively confusing) and after three product cycles, I decided it was time to get up and stretch my program management skills. Shortly after Visual Studio 2005 launched, I moved to the Visual Studio Community Team as a program manager.

I definitely miss software ...

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