One of the many benefits of being an MSDN Subscriber is early (and sometimes exclusive) access to early bits. Today the long awaited beta of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Fx 4 will appear on the MSDN Subscribers site. It’s not there yet but it will appear later on today. Keeping an eye on Twitter is usually a good way to see when it hits :-)
Later in the week (probably Wednesday) updated documentation will be released on the Visual Studio 2010 homepage.
We’re very keen for you to download, install and evaluate Visual Studio 2010. Most importantly we really need your feedback so we can improve it.
For those of you who’ve been soldiering on with the PDC CTP VM, I’m sure this will come as a welcome relief.
Oh, and it should work just fine on Windows 7 RC.
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Thanks. Just check the MSDN and it's not there yet.. yes. will keep on checking that site. thanks :)
Yup, thats right, today the long awaited beta of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Fx 4 will appear on the
As I blogged earlier , VS2010 will be available to MSDN subscribers later today (and everyone else later
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 Available Today
Also included in VS2010 (and included in this beta release) are significant extensions to Dotfuscator CE that support
* the injection of feature and session monitoring (streaming usage data to a developer-specified endpoint),
* the injection of application expiry dates, and
* the injection of tamper defense and notification.
Opt-in/Opt-out logic can also be injected.
Microsoft first announced this functionality at PDC2008
If you want a detailed walk through, check out Bill Leach’s blog entry at http://blogs.preemptive.com/post/Whate28099s-new-with-Dotfuscator-in-Visual-Studio-2010-Beta-1.aspx
And for those that subscribe to Directions On Microsoft, there is a review of this functionality included in the June Update