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  • MESSAGING:There are many different audiences that the various SKUs of Visual Studio targets: from the hobbyist all the way up to large enterprises.
  • MESSAGING:In this talk, we will specifically dive into the Professional SKU for Visual Studio. We won’t cover Express, and Premium/Ultimate features are covered in different talks.
  • MESSAGING:To provide organizations with simplified ways to purchase and license core development technologies, there is now a new packaging lineup and licensing options for Visual Studio 2010. Going forward, customers will be able to choose from three main versions:Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN: The comprehensive suite of application life-cycle management tools for software teams to help ensure quality results from design to deploymentMicrosoft Visual Studio 2010 Premium with MSDN: A complete toolset to help developers deliver scalable, high-quality applicationsMicrosoft Visual Studio 2010 Professional with MSDN: The essential tool for basic development tasks to assist developers in easily implementing their ideas MSDN subscriptions are included with the purchase of Visual Studio 2010 Professional with MSDN, Visual Studio 2010 Premium with MSDN and Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN. The specific level of MSDN subscription benefits corresponds with the Ultimate, Premium and Professional designators in the Visual Studio 2010 product name. Visual Studio 2010 Professional will also be available for purchase without an MSDN subscription.
  • MESSAGING:Many different types of customers and many new features targeting each type of customerSeveral challenges that needed to be addressed, and challenges are wide-rangingCreativity Unleashed – With Visual Studio 2010 you can use prototyping, modeling, and visual design tools to bring your visions to life. Create and share what you imagine and build on the creative strengths of your team.Simplicity Through Integration – Visual Studio 2010 is an integrated environment where developers can use existing skills to model, code, debug, test, and deploy a growing number of application types. Visual Studio helps simplify common tasks and helps developers explore the depth of the platform. Quality Code Ensured – Visual Studio 2010 provides powerful tools for managing a project, maintaining source code, and finding bugs. Testers and developers can use manual and automated testing, and advanced debugging tools to help ensure they are building the right application, the right way.
  • MESSAGING:Many different types of customers and many new features targeting each type of customerSeveral challenges that needed to be addressed, and challenges are wide-rangingCreativity Unleashed – With Visual Studio 2010 you can use prototyping, modeling, and visual design tools to bring your visions to life. Create and share what you imagine and build on the creative strengths of your team.Simplicity Through Integration – Visual Studio 2010 is an integrated environment where developers can use existing skills to model, code, debug, test, and deploy a growing number of application types. Visual Studio helps simplify common tasks and helps developers explore the depth of the platform. Quality Code Ensured – Visual Studio 2010 provides powerful tools for managing a project, maintaining source code, and finding bugs. Testers and developers can use manual and automated testing, and advanced debugging tools to help ensure they are building the right application, the right way.
  • MESSAGING:The primary way developers use Visual Studio is, of course, as an editor. There are many improvements coming to developers that use Visual Studio as a code editor (as we’ll see). However, there’s another use of Visual Studio that people don’t usually think of, and that is using Visual Studio as a platform itself. With the new extensibility points in the editor itself, there are many ways developers can extend their editing experience itself as well the existing VSIP capabilities of Visual Studio. There are several features coming that will help developers manage the Visual Studio Platform as well.
  • MESSAGING:Writing Code - Smart Intellisense (new substring matching in Intellisense) - Extensible code editor Understanding Code - Call Hierarchy - Highlight ReferencesNavigating Code - Quick searchPublishing Code - MSDeploy Integration - One-Click Publish - Web.config transformations
  • MESSAGING:Visual Studio 2010 Roadmap.
  • RESOURCES:Visual Studio 2010/.NET Framework 4.0 Training KitNovember Preview: http://tinyurl.com/5zf8y8Visual Studio Topic Area on Channel 9http://channel9.msdn.com/visualstudioIncludes videos from VS2010 and VSTS2010 weeks on Channel 9 (1MM+ views already)VS2010/NETFX4 Futures on MSDNhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vs2008/products/cc948977.aspx
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    • 1. What’s New InVisual Studio 2010
      Name : Daniel N. Egan
      Title : Developer Evangelist
      Organization : Microsoft
      Email : daniel.egan@microsoft.com
    • 2. About : Daniel N. Egan
      • Developer Evangelist - Microsoft
      • 3. Former MVP – ASP/ASP.Net
      • 4. Former Microsoft Regional Director
      • 5. MCSD, MCT
      • 6. Former President INETA
      • 7. CSUF - .Net Advisory Board
      • 8. CSUF - .Net Certificate Instructor
      • 9. Published – Building Websites with VB.Net & DotNetNuke (3 & 4), aspnetPro Magazine
      www.DotNetDoc.com, www.TheSociableGeek.com
    • 10. www.DotNetDoc.com,
      www.TheSociableGeek.com
      What the heck is a
      Developer Evangelist??
      Daniel.Egan@microsoft.com
      Twitter:@DanielEgan
      Facebook: http://facebook.com/DanielEgan
    • 11. This one time…. at code camp
    • 12.
    • 13.
    • 14. SoCalCodeCamp Fullerton
      Jan 30th & 31st California State University Fullerton
      Call for speaker (SoCalCodeCamp.com)
      Geek Dinner
      New Tracks
      And lots of finger pointing
    • 15. March 22nd 2010
    • 16. What is coming in March 2010
      DLR
      ASP.Net 4.0
      AJAX 4.0
      WF 4.0
      EF 4.0
      MEF
      WCF 4.0
      WPF 4.0
      Parallel Computing
      Data Services 1.5
      WebForms Routing
      Templates
      ClientID’s
      Threading Improvments
      VS2010
      Muliti-Touch Improvemnts
    • 17. Visual Studio Targets Many…
      Complete
      Ultimate
      Premium
      Feature Set
      Professional
      Express
      Minimal
      Hobbyist
      Enterprise
      Audience
    • 18. Visual Studio Targets Many…
      Complete
      Ultimate
      Premium
      Feature Set
      Professional
      Express
      Minimal
      Hobbyist
      Enterprise
      Audience
    • 19. A New, Simplified SKU Structure
      VSTS Team Suite
      w/ MSDN Premium
      VS 2010 Ultimate
      w/ MSDN
      VSTS Development Ed.
      w/ MSDN Premium
      VSTS Database Ed.
      w/ MSDN Premium
      VS 2010 Premium
      w/ MSDN
      VSTS Architecture Ed.
      w/ MSDN Premium
      VSTS Test Ed.
      w/ MSDN Premium
      VS 2010 Professional
      w/ MSDN
      Visual Studio Professional
      w/ MSDN Premium
      Visual Studio Professional
      w/ MSDN Professional
      VS 2010 Professional
      Visual Studio Professional
      Visual Studio Standard
    • 20. The Pillars of Visual Studio 2010
      Creativity
      Unleashed
      Simplicity
      Through
      Integration
      Quality Code
      Ensured
    • 21. The Pillars of Visual Studio 2010
      Creativity
      Unleashed
      Simplicity
      Through
      Integration
      Community
      Involvement
    • 22. High-Level Features
      Visual Studio 2010
      Professional
      Web
      Development
      Silverlight Tooling
      Windows
      Development
      Customizable IDE
      Office
      Development
      Generate From
      Usage
      SharePoint
      Development
      New WPF Editor
      Cloud
      Development
      Multi-Core
      Development
    • 23. The Two Faces of Visual Studio 2010
      Visual Studio As An Editor
      Visual Studio As A Platform
    • 24. … As An Editor
      An improved focus on…
      Writing code,
      Understanding code,
      Navigating code,
      Publishing code
    • 25. … As A Platform
      New Extensible Editor allows editor to
      be easily extended to provide a rich
      and robust editing experience
      Online Visual Studio Gallery
      integrated directly into Visual Studio
    • 26. IDE Enhancements
    • 27. New Projects
      Windows Azure
      Sharepoint2010
      Pinning a Recent Project / Removing Project
      Online Template Gallery
      Starter Templates (ASP.Net cool)
      Clean Web.Config files
    • 28. Online Template Gallery
    • 29. Highlighted References
      Add Reference Dialog Box (HOw quick it is)
      Code Size in window (ctrl Scrollwheel)
      Color coding in the margin to show edits have been made
      Multi-Targeting (What it is and why its different)
      Multi-Monitor Support MDI Window :))))
    • 30. HTML Snipits (VB and C# already had snipits. Now there is HTML Snipits)
      NavigateTo
      Architecture Explorer
      Sequence Diagrams
    • 31. MEFManagedExtensibilityFramework
    • 32. Turning fat apps into slimmer apps
    • 33. Reality
      RIA 1.0
    • 34. Reality
      We need…..
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      J
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      C
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    • 35. Managed Extensibility Framework
      The Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) is a library for building applications that can be incrementally extended.
      For customers
      For you and your team
      Always there, always ready
    • 36. Adding a little color to ToDo’s
    • 37. Debugging
    • 38. Collaborative Debugging
    • 39. Breakpoints and DataTips
    • 40. IntelliTrace (Historical Debugging)
    • 41. Extending the Framework with MEF
    • 42. The VS2010 Roadmap
      Beta 2, October 19th, 2009
      RTM, March 22nd, 2010
    • 43. Thank You
      Code and Slides can be found on
      http://www.DotNetDoc.com
    • 44. For later in preso (no internet)
    • 45.
    • 46. Deployment

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