Workspaces 1.0 offers .Net developers a place to collaborate.
Microsoft officially rolled out version 1.0 of its Workspaces collaborative development environment this week.
Workspaces is a lot like the open-source SourceForge environment, providing developers with a place to create, host and manage software-development projects for free.
The environment is aimed at developers who are writing code that is based on the Microsoft .Net Framework. Workspaces offers hooks that enable developers to integrate their projects tightly with Visual Studio .Net. Workspaces users also are able to take advantage of source-control capabilities via their choice of a Web interface or Windows Forms client (in addition to the Visual Studio .Net source-control mechanism). And Workspaces users are authenticated via Microsoft Passport.
View: Workspaces 1.0 Site
News source: Microsoft-watch.com