Visual Studio 2012 is releasing on 15th August 2012


Yes, you read the title right. Just after the announcement of Windows 8 RTM, Microsoft announced the release date of Visual Studio 2012. The final product will be available to MSDN subscribers and general public on 15th August 2012.

 

Visual Studio 2012 virtual launch event will be organize by S. Somasegar and Jason Zander on 12th September 2012. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch it live.

 

Today just after the Announcement of Windows 8 RTM, Jason Zander (Corporate Vice President for the Visual Studio team) and S. Somasegar (Corporate Vice President of the Developer Division) announced that the Visual Studio 2012 (aka. Visual Studio 11) and .NET 4.5 build is now ready.

 

The final bits will be available to MSDN Subscribers and other places on 15th August 2012. As the final build is now complete, the team is now preparing it for the final distribution.

 

Visual Studio 2012 Launch Event (LIVE) on 12th September 2012

 

Both of them also announced the official launch event of Visual Studio 2012 on 12th September 2012 which is going to happen live on visualstudiolaunch.com. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the virtual live event on that date and know how this will help you to turn your ideas into software. Click here to mark this in your calendar now.

 

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