Thanks for an amazing conference!

On behalf of the Visual Studio Extensibility team, we want to thank everyone for attending our Visual Studio Extensibility Developer conference.  It was an amazing week which went off without a hitch due to a ton of planning and coordination by Anthony, Heather, Jamie, Laura and the rest of our marketing team. Some of the…

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VSX Conference next week, VSX on Code Gallery Update…

We are less than a week away from the VSX Developer Conference. We are all geared up for it and we will have a great conference. Ken Levy just made a post on his blog this morning about 10 Reasons to attend the VSX DevCon 2008. If you have any colleagues and friends who may…

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Visual Studio 2008 SDK 1.1 has been released!

The Visual Studio 2008 SDK 1.1 has been released!  Woo hoo!!! We’ve been spending a lot of time the last few months getting this out the door so we’re all pretty excited about this release. The Visual Studio 2008 SDK 1.1 compliments the Service Pack 1 release of Visual Studio 2008.  The SDK contains several…

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What Have We Been Up to?

Our team has been busy working on several things in parallel. I wanted to blog a little bit about the stuff we have been working on so our VSX developer community is in the know 🙂 1) VS 2008 SP1. You all have see the beta go out, and hopefully have already downloaded and tried…

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VSX DevCon Sessions Posted

If you haven’t heard already, we are hosting the first-ever public VSX conference from September 15-16 on the main Microsoft campus in Redmond, WA. The conference is focused entirely on Visual Studio Extensibility and will present a good mix of introductory and advanced topics. You will get a chance to meet the folks who work…

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Sign-up for the VSX Flash Newsletter email subscription

The VSX team has created a formal recurring communication email newsletter to provide the latest news, announcements, and special offers related to VSX (Visual Studio Extensibility), the VSIP (Visual Studio Industry Partners) program, and the Visual Studio Gallery.  While we will continue post monthly VSX Community Letters here on the VSX Team Blog, this email…

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VSX Developer Conference 2008

VSX DevCon 2008: http://msdn.com/vsx/conference    This fall, Microsoft is hosting a developer conference to teach developers how to extend Visual Studio. Visual Studio is an open, extensible platform that can be customized for everything from individual productivity tools to enterprise-wide development needs. The Visual Studio Shell enables developers to leverage a world class IDE to…

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VSX FAQ Blog created for scenario based resource references

We just created a new VSX related blog called the VSX FAQ blog. We will be posting new entries and updating existing ones on the VSX FAQ blog as needed.  We have over 100 VSX FAQ topics with links already created and currently being reviewed, so expect to find many more entries posted over the…

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VSX Community Letter for March 2008

This month’s letter includes a summary of our new Visual Studio Gallery website we launched a few weeks ago, the updated VSX developer center, information about what the VSX team has been working on in the past few months, event news on VSX, some new VSX projects released, more VSX content online, and a preview…

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Visual Studio Gallery announced

The Microsoft Visual Studio Ecosystem team has officially launched the new Visual Studio Gallery site at http://visualstudiogallery.com/. This new web site is a resource center for all Visual Studio extensions and includes everything from free VS PowerToys like tools to VSIP products. Any developer can post information and a link for their Visual Studio extensions….

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