Compatibility and Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1

  As with any major release, the release of Visual Studio 2010 SP1 is likely to raise questions about compatibility with existing releases, particularly the out-of-band and pre-release copies of our products. The Visual Studio SP1 team has done a lot of hard work with other teams to ensure compatibility across a wide array of…

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Giving feedback on Visual Studio – some best practices

Over the past several years, the Visual Studio team has been actively working on ways to hear from you (our customer) and continue to improve our developer tools and frameworks. The Developer Division even built an entire portal (Microsoft Connect ) exclusively for gathering feedback. We’ve run numerous early adopter programs, expanded the breadth of…

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Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta Survey

Your feedback is important to us. Please take 5 minutes – link to the survey and let us know what you think.  Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta Survey Thanks! 

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"Going Live" with the Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta

We are pleased to declare that Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta and the .NET Framework 4 KB2162169 Beta will be supported as a “go live” release. This means that this software has met high standards of quality for a pre-release, and we are licensing it for developing and deploying production applications. We hope…

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Visual Studio 2010 Survey

It’s been a few months since we’ve shipped Visual Studio 2010.  We would like to hear what you think so far.  Your feedback will help inform the next versions of our products. We do not collect identifying information such as your name, email or IP address. For additional information, please reference Microsoft’s Online Privacy Policy….

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Beta 2 coming soon

Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 will be releasing soon and with many customer bug fixes and suggestions incorporated. Hundreds of bugs were fixed only because they were found and reported by customers. We’ve fixed about 75% of the fixable customer reported bugs, this is the same fix rate as fixable internally reported bugs.  We’ll be…

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Bug of the Week

This week’s “Eagle Eye” Bug of the Week Award goes to MSDN Product Feedback Center user “JoeF” for the bug: Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow with Int32   This is an interesting hard to find bug. The CLR team is looking at fixing this issue in the next release. Thanks for helping make Visual Studio a better…

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Bug of the Week

This week’s Bug of the Week Award goes to MSDN Product Feedback Center user “Pasi Heinonen” for the bug: Circular base class dependancy crash the Visual Studio   From Cyrus Najmabadi, Software Design Engineer on the C# team: “Interesting bug. As one might have guessed from the repro steps we got into an infinite loop when searching for…

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Bug of the Week

This week’s Bug of the Week Award goes to MSDN Product Feedback Center user “PGomersall” for the bug: Starting MS Outlook 2003 starts C# Express installer   Thanks for helping make Visual Studio a better product and keep the great feedback coming!   Marie Hagman Visual Studio Program Manager

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Bug of the Week

This week’s Bug of the Week Award goes to MSDN Product Feedback Center user “Marina” for the bug: Designer not generating correct code – code cannot compile.   We appreciatey your persistance on this issue and the effort made in getting us the attachment. Thanks for helping make Visual Studio a better product and keep the great feedback coming!  …

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