To support the Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 release to manufacturing, we’ve reorganized the Visual Studio site on MSDN into several developer centers, which provide easy access to the community of your fellow developers and the technical information you need. In addition, we’ve created product sites that provide the product information you need when considering your options for software development tools. Now you will have easy access to new information for 2008 while still being able to find all the Visual Studio 2005 content on the Visual Studio 2005 Developer Center and Team System Developer Center.
Here are the new developer centers for Visual Studio 2008:
- Visual Studio 2008 Developer Center
- Team Suite 2008 Developer Center
- Team Foundation Server 2008 Developer Center
Here are the new products sites for Visual Studio 2008:
- Visual Studio 2008 Development System
- Visual Studio 2008
- Visual Studio Team System 2008
- Visual Studio 2008 Extensibility
In the coming weeks, we will be launching new developer centers for Extensibility and the Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Editions, so stay tuned.
Get Visual Studio 2008 — If you’re itching to try out Visual Studio 2008, download one of the trial versions. MSDN Subscribers can get it now on MSDN Subscriber Downloads. You can also download the Visual Studio 2008 Express Editions from the new Visual Studio 2008 Express Developer Center.
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Source:→ Laurie Moloney’s Blog