Microsoft Begins Testing Update 3 for Visual Studio 2012

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The Visual Studio team moves forward with what continues to be a quarterly update to Visual Studio 2012. Visual Studio 2012 went RTM in early August 2012. The first CTP (Community Technology Preview) of VS 2012 Update 3 was released on April 15th, only 10 days after the final release of VS 2012 Update 2 was released on April 5th. The updates include several new features and fixes for various issues involving the debugger, Web tools, C++ support and more. Read the full story here.



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