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On August 15th, we announced the release of Visual Studio 2012 to the web! Make sure to visit Somasegar’s Blog for the announcement, and if you haven’t downloaded yet, check out Jason Zander’s Blog for 12 reasons to upgrade. There was a lot of buzz across the blogs, so here’s a rollup of additional posts you might want to read about the release:
Start Downloading MSDN Subscribers can download from the MSDN Subscriber Download Page. For free trial and Express versions, these releases are available on our Visual Studio product website.
To learn more about Visual Studio 2012, join us on September 12th for the Visual Studio 2012 Launch event online at http://www.visualstudiolaunch.com/.
As always, we want to hear your suggestions or feature ideas/improvements so please add your suggestions to UserVoice or vote on other user’s suggestions.
Cathy Sullivan (Program Manager) and the Visual Studio Team
BTW I also detest the changes to the TFS interface. The speed improvements are nice the funky views are not.
Have a nice day!
> Chris 27 Aug 2012 5:39 PM
"Team Explorer is a big step backwards in usability. I find myself switching back to 2010 to check-in. Also, the Test Explorer has been rendered useless for me due to the lack of grouping options (specifically, group by project). Please provide some improvements in SP1!"
Second that motion.
Martin Moe, Software Architect
Installed - looked in disbelief - uninstalled. I have never in my 25 year career of software development seen such a huge leap backwards.
Worst ... UI ... ever!
Its UI is very ugly. Will it's theme upgrade soon?
This VS2012 UI is ugly, hard on the eyes, and just terrible to work with!