Whooo hooooo! It’s been ~2 years in the making but Visual Studio 2010 has been released! This is my first full product cycle since I started Microsoft and oh what a ride! I’ve been watching live interviews from the Vegas launch event all day on Channel 9.
I’m really pumped about all the awesome resources that we’ve put together for you for launch and I’m looking forward to continuing to share my knowledge on how to build awesome business applications with Visual Studio 2010. It’s going to be a really fun year! Here are some of the plentiful resources to check out…
We’ve updated the VSTO Dev Center on MSDN with a variety of resources to help you get started learning all the new stuff that VS2010 has to offer. First off, we’ve been integrating Visual Studio 2010 content into all the pages. Here you’ll find the most up-to-date samples, videos, articles and news:
Check out this link to download the Visual Studio 2010 Pro/Ultimate trial editions:
We’ve updated all these samples online for Visual Studio 2010’s release and have added a bunch more like:
We also have a few MSDN Library technical articles published to get you started on some language, IDE and build features in VS as well as some notable MSDN Magazine articles on new features you can sink your teeth into.
“How Do I” Videos
Check out the new quick training videos on Visual Studio, VB, C#, Office and SharePoint:
Channel 9 Videos
Watch these interviews and demos on Visual Studio and new features:
Here are some of my favorite blogs that contain essential resources on Visual Studio 2010:
Check the Blogs, Dev Centers and Channel 9 for more content in the weeks to come, we’re still making updates and producing new content. Now that Visual Studio is launched, we’re just getting started here on MSDN! Have feedback and questions? Discuss Visual Studio and related technologies on the MSDN Forums.
I want to thank everyone in Visual Studio and DevDiv here at Microsoft and especially the BizApps team for a wonderful and exciting product! Visual Studio just keeps getting better and better.
-Beth Massi, Visual Studio Community