Posts tagged Visual Studio 2010 RC
Brian Keller has paid a visit to the Channel 9 Studio which means a new episode. Yep, you guessed it, a video has been published, that discusses how to install Visual Studio 2010 RC. Microsoft‘s Technical Evangelist also discusses in detail the installation process for Team Foundation Server which is beyond the scope of this post.
One of the things that I admire about the upcoming Visual Studio 2010 is its impressive IDE aka editor. I say impressive not only because it has a nice look and feel to it (since it is built upon WPF) but also because it brings some smart and useful productivity enhancement options. A video has been posted at Channel 9 which describes quite a useful set of tips and tricks for using the Visual Studio 2010 IDE the way it was meant to be used. Video and its content description after the jump.
We all know that very recently Microsoft announced Visual Studio 2010 RC first for MSDN subscribers and then for the general public. The arrival of the release candidate meant that the training kit would also be made available. Enter the February Release of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4. Details and download link after the jump.
As promised, Microsoft has made available the Visual Studio 2010 RC for the general public. What that means is start your download engine and get ready to test and play with what might be the final version of Visual Studio 2010 that gets released.
A few hours back, we shared with you the news of Visual Studio 2010 RC going live. I just had this curiosity of finding out the contents of the release candidate of Visual Studio 2010. My curiosity was satisfied and thus I am here sharing with you the items you will be getting from the pre-release Visual Studio 2010 version. To make things interesting the RC version brings to you the Ultimate edition of Visual Studio 2010, which means you can do all sort of possible things without any restriction whatsoever. More after the jump.
Waiting for Visual Studio 2010 RC to arrive? Guess what, it has just landed. Visual Studio team were true to their words. The interesting thing about the just launched release candidate for Visual Studio 2010 is that it comes with a go-live license that will be of use to those who want to deploy it in their production environments. Download link after the jump.
A new release date for Visual Studio 2010 has been announced. The multi-purpose developer tool from Microsoft will now be released on 12th April 2010. This news was shared by none other than one of my favorite Microsoftie Mary Jo Foley who came across this news via a one-liner post on Developer Division’s Marketing and Communications Manager Rob Caron’s blog.
Just in, Visual Studio team plans to release a public release candidate for Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 in February 2010. The feedback collected for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 revealed that the performance and virtual memory usage of VS 2010 Beta 2 was not where people expected it to be. So the purpose of this RC will be to test and ensure that the reported performance and virtual memory usage issues have been resolved for all possible scenarios and machine configurations.