- Wydawnictwo: Microsoft Press
- Data wydania: 10 kwietnia 2006
- Liczba stron: 304
- Craig Skibo
- Marc Young
- Brian Johnson
This is not a book about how to use Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, but rather a book that shows how to adapt it to work best for you. Visual Studio 2005 includes a range of tools that allow customization of the development environment. This book shows how to use editors and macros, the add-in architecture, the programmable user interface, and other extensibility features to make repetitive development tasks easier and give programming teams common tools.
Brian Johnson currently works as a technical editor at Microsoft. Previously, Brian was a columnist for Microsoft Visual J++® Informant magazine, covering Microsoft Internet technologies. He served as the technical editor for Microsoft Office and VBA Developer magazine from 1998 until 2000. Craig Skibo has worked at Microsoft for more than six years on the design and implementation of the programmability features of Visual Studio and Visual Basic. He often travels to large industry gatherings such as the Professional Developers Conference to give speeches about the Visual Studio automation model, and he consults with smaller, more focused groups of developers to help them learn how to use the latest technologies. Marc Young also works as a technical editor at Microsoft. A former Microsoft Press employee, Marc has worked with some of the publisher’s best authors, including Charles Petzold, Jeff Prosise, and Bruce McKinney.