VS 2010, .NET 4.0 Beta2 & Channel 9 October 23rd, 2009

Vinod Kumar

Couple of days back we did announce the availability of Visual Studio 2010 to the MSDN subscribers and there are enough online buzz around the product. I will be installing the same just like you folks sometime on Monday as I have a session to deliver tomorrow and refrained from rebuilding this week :). You can surely download the same now online at the VS 2010 Download page. It is also very refreshing to see the new Logo and all the reports have been how sleek the tool is now … I just gotta wait for another couple of days. Well, along with it is also the release of .NET Framework Beta 2 in English, Japanese, German and Arabic. So it is two releases in one shot !!!

Along with it is released the October preview of the Visual Studio 2010 & .NET Framework 4 Training Kit. This is a downloadable version of the training content used in Training Workshops and includes 15 presentations, 13 Demos and 20 Hands-on Labs. Dont forget to get your hands on it here (~90MB).

Channel 9 launches an online learning center that will play host to developer focused training courses created by developers for developers.  Channel 9 has always been about giving direct access to the engineers and future technologies from Microsoft.  These videos and labs, with links to extensive training kits, allow developers to get started on hands-on-learning about emerging technologies at your own pace. This exclusive opportunity lets developers access free courseware online in a self-paced learning experience. Dont miss the – Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Course. Awesome set of videos for free …

Now that we are on the context of learning center, I thought I will also link you to the wonderful videos on “Windows 7” that you can also view and enjoy !!!

Hope you have great time learning all the new cool content, enjoy your weekend …

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