Microsoft Visual Studio vNext's Future Charted Out

Microsoft today revealed their plan for the next release of their Visual Studio suite entitled "vNext". With a very interesting combination of the latest technologies and reinforcing the idea that Microsoft's Visual Studio suite is an interlaced technology aimed at providing development teams with a logical migration path not available with any other development solutions thus providing a platform to Microsoft's other Enterprise class suites such as SharePoint, Office, and the cloud.

TechEd 2011 is providing unprecedented insight to the future of most of Microsoft's Product families, and Microsoft Visual Studio's predecessor was at center stage

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