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Visual Studio 2010 & .NET 4

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Visual Studio 2010 & .NET 4 – Visual Studios has recently had a makeover as well as new features and fundamentals that will be packed into the next release of the software. It will be launched as Visual Studio 2010 and will include all of the highly functional developer tools and software as well as Silverlight 4 and the version 4 of the .Net Framework. The announcement is said to be coming on Monday which will take place in the Visual Studio developer conference in Las Vegas. The new updates are going to be available all over the country, as well as internationally. Microsoft even said that Silverlight 4 will be available to download online as soon as later this week.

President Bob Muglia told reporters that “We’re excited to celebrate the launch of Visual Studio 2010 with developers around the world today. The functionality of Visual Studios 2010, .Net Framework 4, and Silverlight 4 creates a powerful and unique combination, opening up new opportunities for developers to build applications that take advantage of new and existing device, as well as emerging platforms like cloud services.”
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Things are looking rather promising for Visual Studio enthusiasts and those who use the software for recreational purposes. It’s believed that this new version of Visual Studio is going to be far more advanced than what we have seen before, even incorporating TiVo similar functions which is designed to track how programs behave and will be called IntelliTrace. Not to mention its complete support for Windows 7 as well as Windows Azure and packed with all the tools you could ever need to enhance what is already given to you with Microsoft’s Sharepoint release.

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