Microsoft Details Pricing and Licensing for Visual Studio 2005

Microsoft released pricing information on Visual Studio 2005 today. Here are some links to take a look at:

Press Release: Microsoft Details Pricing and Licensing for Visual Studio 2005 and Simplifies Microsoft Developer Network Subscriptions
Microsoft Corp. today detailed pricing and licensing terms for Visual Studio 2005, its comprehensive application development tool set, as well as simplification of its Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) subscriptions, the primary vehicle through which most developers obtain Visual Studio.

Q&A: Early Look at Pricing, Licensing for Visual Studio 2005, Simplified MSDN Subscriptions
S. "Soma" Somasegar, Developer Division VP, explains the broadened range of tool choices Microsoft is bringing developers of all stripes with the advent of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.

Priority Access to Visual Studio 2005 Team System at No Additional Cost
Subscribe or upgrade to MSDN Universal and get one of the Team Editions for Software Developers, Architects, or Testers at no additional cost. Take advantage of the no-cost upgrade to the Visual Studio Team System!

Comments (2)

  1. Norman Diamond says:

    1. I can’t read part of what I’m typing (or part of your blog) because your "My BlogMap!" and other stuff are displayed on top of it.

    2. Page is still optimistic by half. "The Visual Studio 2005 family of products will likely be released in the first half of 2005."

  2. Brian says:

    As always Norm, your help is appreciated. 🙂

    I’ve removed the blogmap thing, but I think the problem was in the stylesheet I was using. Too bad, I liked it, except for the corruption.


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