Bob Muglia, and his engineering teams echo Eydelsteyn’s observations about the evolution of the software development industry. The team designed Visual Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4 and Silverlight 4 to offer something for every developer. For e.g., to help with issues such as defect management, VS2010 introduces IntelliTrace, which aims to make non-reproducible bugs a thing of the past by recording apps execution history. Similarly, an array of new functionality in VS2010 taps into the features and capabilities of Windows 7 platform, such as built-in support for Win7 multi-touch and “ribbon” interfaces. Access to SharePoint functionality is provided through VS integrated development environment (IDE), and VS2010 also provides ability to easily create & publish Silverlight apps, especially those designed using Expression Studio. Microsoft partners Northwest Cadence Corp and Wintellect discuss organizational benefits of using Visual Studio 2010, .NET Framework 4 and Silverlight 4.