Launched Visual Studio 2010!

Actually, I’m about 50 hours (I won’t say 2 days :P) late from the launch of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. I was attending there in CodeProject Tech Summit 2010 for the launch when Bob Muglia gave the keynote speech (Life Runs on Code.)

A bunch of updates has been made to Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 including new visual designers, new capabilities when running on multi-core processors, less time debugging and code interpretion, integrated version control and bug tracking, and more (read more here.)

Five editions of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 are available:


The least in features and the least expensive edition. For individuals to perform basic development tasks.

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For individuals and teams to deliver scalable, high-quality applications.

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ALM (Application Lifecycle Management formerly called Team System) tools for teams to ensure quality results, from design to deployment.

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Test Professional

Specialized toolset for QA teams to simplify test planning and manual test execution.

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Team Foundation Server

Automates and streamlines the software delivery process for all team members.

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