Microsoft Delivers Visual Studio 2013 RC to Developers

Microsoft announced Sept. 10 the availability of Visual Studio 2013 Release Candidate and noted that the company's flagship application development suite will release to manufacturing (RTM) on Oct. 18. Microsoft also announced that it will be making its Windows 8.1 bits available to developers, which had been a point of contention between the devices and services giant and its developer base because Microsoft initially decided that developers would not get access to the Windows 8.1 bits in advance of its Oct. 18 general availability debut. - See more at: http://www.eweek.com/developer/microsoft-delivers-visual-studio-2013-rc-windows-8.1-bits-to-devs.html#sthash.4d76Gejc.dpuf

Microsoft announced today that Visual Studio 2013 Release Candidate and noted that the company's flagship application development suite will release to manufacturing (RTM) on Oct. 18. Microsoft also announced that it will be making its Windows 8.1 bits available to developers, which had been a point of contention between the devices and services giant and its developer base because Microsoft initially decided that developers would not get access to the Windows 8.1 bits in advance of its Oct. 18 general availability debut. Read the full story here.



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