Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Released


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It is official. Today, Microsoft released to manufacturing Visual Studio 2008 and the.NET Framework 3.5. These are now fully released products!

We've covered a lot of the features in these new versions already. With more than 250 new features in Visual Studio 2008, there is still a lot more that we will cover over the coming weeks and months. Among the most popular new features are new designers and Language Integration Query (LINQ) support.

For more information and a Q&A session with S. “Soma” Somasegar, corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft, you can check out Microsoft's announcement at:

MSDN Subscribers should now be able to download these newest versions.

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