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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 and the Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 SDK are available on the download center!

    The Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 bits went live this morning for everyone! You can get access to all our Beta 2 products from the following website: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/dd582936.aspx The SDK is also available from that location. Start using it and we're looking forward to seeing...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 CTP is available!

    We unveiled a glimpse of the Visual Studio 2010 new features at the Professional Developer's Conference last week. If you were unable to attend, you can download the Visual Studio 2010 Customer Technology Preview from here . The CTP is quite big, it's 7 Gigabytes and includes Team Foundation Server features...
  • Blog Post: Russian Integrated and Isolated Shells for Visual Studio 2008

    The localization team in Visual Studio have been hard at work adding a new localized language to the suite of languages that Visual Studio Supports. I'm proud to annouce that the Russian edition of Visual Studio has just been released which includes a Russian Integrated Shell and Russian Isolated Shell...
  • Blog Post: VSX Talk at the PDC

    I just got the session info for Tim Wagner's talk at the PDC next week. Tim is our development manager on the VS Platform team. We're all pretty excited about this talk and I promise you won't be disappointed by the content that will be presented. Here's more information about his talk: TL32...
  • Blog Post: VSX Conference next week, VSX on Code Gallery Update...

    We are less than a week away from the VSX Developer Conference. We are all geared up for it and we will have a great conference. Ken Levy just made a post on his blog this morning about 10 Reasons to attend the VSX DevCon 2008 . If you have any colleagues and friends who may be interested, they can still...
  • Blog Post: VSX DevCon Sessions Posted

    If you haven't heard already, we are hosting the first-ever public VSX conference from September 15-16 on the main Microsoft campus in Redmond, WA. The conference is focused entirely on Visual Studio Extensibility and will present a good mix of introductory and advanced topics. You will get a chance...
  • Blog Post: VSX Community Letter for June 2008

    This month's letter includes information about Microsoft's first VSX Developer Conference, updates to the VSX Developer Center, updates to the Visual Studio Gallery, and the new VSX Flash Newsletter. Also included is information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past month, event news...
  • Blog Post: Generate Load Keys form on VSX dev center

    Based on developer feedback as well as our own goals of making the end to end story for VSX developers easier, we have created a new web page on the VSX Developer Center site for a more simple, quick, and easy process of obtaining PLKs and SLKs. Below is a link to the new page (and there are links to...
  • Blog Post: Sign-up for the VSX Flash Newsletter email subscription

    The VSX team has created a formal recurring communication email newsletter to provide the latest news, announcements, and special offers related to VSX (Visual Studio Extensibility), the VSIP (Visual Studio Industry Partners) program, and the Visual Studio Gallery.  While we will continue post monthly...
  • Blog Post: Free VSX book for VSX DevCon 2008 attendees

    VSX DevCon 2008 News Flash: All attendees will receive a free copy of the book Professional Visual Studio Extensibility . Determined to make the Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX) learning process as smooth as possible, this helpful resource shows you how to use VSX in order to facilitate easier development...
  • Blog Post: VSX Developer Center update - June 2008

    The VSX Developer Center at http://msdn.com/vsx has been significantly updated today. There will be about 20 new pages added to the VSX dev center today, about 3 times as many pages that exist on it today. One overall new navigation feature you will notice is under the top red navigation tabs there is...
  • Blog Post: VSX Developer Conference 2008

    VSX DevCon 2008: http://msdn.com/vsx/conference     This fall, Microsoft is hosting a developer conference to teach developers how to extend Visual Studio. Visual Studio is an open, extensible platform that can be customized for everything from individual productivity tools to enterprise-wide...
  • Blog Post: VSX Community Letter for May 2008

    This month's letter includes a summary of what newly released VS SDK beta for the VS 2008 SP1 beta (formally referred to as VS 2008 SDK 1.1 Beta. Also included is information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past month, event news on VSX, more VSX content online, and a preview of what...
  • Blog Post: VSX Survey (Spring 2008) invitation

    Please take a few minutes and complete the VSX Survey (Spring 2008) to let us know your interests, activities, and feedback on the topic of extending Visual Studio. There are 6 web pages with 23 multiple choice and fill-in-the blank questions in this survey. This is our second VSX survey, as we plan...
  • Blog Post: VSX Community Letter for April 2008

    This month's letter includes a summary of what our plans are for upcoming new versions of the VS SDK, the updated VSX developer center, information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past few months, event news on VSX, some new VSX projects released, more VSX content online, and a preview...
  • Blog Post: PowerCommands 1.1 released

    PowerCommands 1.1 for Visual Studio 2008 is now available for free download, along with the updated source code and enhanced readme document. The shortcut URL for this project is http://code.msdn.com/PowerCommands . For some additional information about PowerCommands, refer to the original blog post...
  • Blog Post: Quan To talks about VS SDK development and releases

    Quan To (VS SDK program manager) on the Microsoft VSX Team, talks to Ken Levy (community program manager) about the development and release details that go into the SDK for Visual Studio 2008. Discussion includes short and long term plans about future versions of the VS SDK. For more information about...
  • Blog Post: VSX FAQ Blog created for scenario based resource references

    We just created a new VSX related blog called the VSX FAQ blog . We will be posting new entries and updating existing ones on the VSX FAQ blog as needed.  We have over 100 VSX FAQ topics with links already created and currently being reviewed, so expect to find many more entries posted over the...
  • Blog Post: VSX Community Letter for March 2008

    This month's letter includes a summary of our new Visual Studio Gallery website we launched a few weeks ago, the updated VSX developer center, information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past few months, event news on VSX, some new VSX projects released, more VSX content online, and...
  • Blog Post: PowerCommands for Visual Studio 2008 released

    PowerCommands for Visual Studio 2008 is now available for free download, along with source code and a readme document. PowerCommands, is a set of useful extensions for the Visual Studio 2008 adding additional functionality to various areas of the IDE. The source code, which requires the VS SDK for VS...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Gallery announced

    The Microsoft Visual Studio Ecosystem team has officially launched the new Visual Studio Gallery site at http://visualstudiogallery.com/ . This new web site is a resource center for all Visual Studio extensions and includes everything from free VS PowerToys like tools to VSIP products. Any developer...
  • Blog Post: VSX Developer Center 2.0

    The Visual Studio Extensibility Developer center at http://msdn.com/vsx has been updated with a new interface. The site now has its own stand-alone center with independent navigation pages on VSX via the tabbed navigation (Library, Learn, Downloads, Support, Community). There will be additional enhancements...
  • Blog Post: VSX Community Letter for February 2008

    This month's letter includes information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past few months, event news on VSX, some new VSX projects released, more VSX content online, and a preview of what's coming next month. What's new with the VSX team Our team continues to work on the next release...
  • Blog Post: VSX Community Letter for January 2008

    This month's letter includes information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past few months, event news on VSX, some new VSX projects released, more VSX content online, and a preview of what's coming next month. What's new with the VSX team The team has been busy (not counting the holidays...
  • Blog Post: .NET Rocks! podcast: Ken Levy on Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX)

    Audio podcast NET Rocks show #303: Ken Levy on Visual Studio Extensibility (VSX) is now online. Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell talk VSX with Ken Levy who these days is all about community and showing developers how to extend Visual Studio. A good part of the new hour interview covers topics discussed...
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