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VS2010 to Launch in April

Microsoft isn't offering any details, but Rob Caron, in a very brief blog entry, says that Visual Studio 2010 will now launch on Monday, April 12.

The release of Visual Studio 2010 had been pushed back from the original March 22 launch target date, as Microsoft worked to hash out concerns related to performance and virtual memory usage. The three week delay certainly falls in line with the initial description of the schedule change, which S. Somasegar, senior vice president of the Microsoft Developer Division, at the time said would amount to "a few weeks." You can read more details about the initial delay announcement here.

More details as we hear them...

Posted by Michael Desmond on 01/14/2010 at 1:15 PM


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