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Looking Ahead to the August Issue

The current plan for the August issue of Visual Studio Magazine is to take a look at the new Visual Studio 2010 versions of the developer productivity add-ins Developer Express CodeRush and JetBrains ReSharper. Anything can happen ahead of our publishing deadlines, so no promises, but definitely look for these products in the VS Toolbox section of the magazine come August.

We looked at the Visual Studio 2008 versions of these two products last year. Check out Write Better Code, Faster, with ReSharper 4.5 from our September 2009 issue, and Turbo Charge Visual Studio with DevExpress CodeRush from our October 2009 issue. However, the significant changes with Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 make it worthwhile to revisit these products, which have been substantially reengineered to work with the latest version of Visual Studio.

Before we get cracking on the review, I'd like to know what you would like to know about these tools. Email me at [email protected], or leave a message in the space below.

Posted by Peter Vogel on 06/04/2010 at 1:16 PM

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