Microsoft Sets Visual Studio 2005 Launch Date


Five months from today, week of November 7th, is the official launch date for Visual Studio 2005.


Press release:



ORLANDO, Fla. — June 7, 2005 — On the second day of Microsoft® Tech•Ed 2005, Microsoft Corp. continued to speak about the investments the company and industry partners are making across its products to ensure that IT organizations can effectively leverage the Microsoft platform and existing skill sets to maximize value, reduce cost and complexity, and ease the deployment of new applications. As part of the keynote address, Paul Flessner, senior vice president of Server Applications at Microsoft, showed the company’s continued momentum in preparation for the launch of SQL Server™ 2005, Visual Studio® 2005 and BizTalk® Server 2006, and announced that these products will be formally launched during the week of Nov. 7. This launch represents a significant milestone and demonstrates Microsoft’s commitment to delivering the next-generation platform for connected systems that provides unparalleled developer productivity, ability to effectively handle mission-critical applications and an infrastructure to provide better insight into business decisions.


For more information, keep an eye on the Visual Studio, SQL Server, and BizTalk Server Launch Portal on MSDN.


http://msdn.microsoft.com/launch2005/

Comments (5)

  1. Trevor says:

    Wonder if they will rename it to VS2006?

  2. Wouldn’t it be nice…

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