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Support for the 2010 RC

Like Beta 2, the RC is a  supported, "go live" release, able to be used in a production environment.  If you already acquired your support ID for Beta 2, it will continue to work for the RC.  If you haven't gotten it yet, here's how you can: http://blogs.msdn.com/bharry/archive/2009/10/26/support-for-vs-2010-beta-2.aspxBrian...

Support for the 2010 RC

Like Beta 2, the RC is a  supported, "go live" release, able to be used in a production environment.  If you already acquired your support ID for Beta 2, it will continue to work for the RC.  If you haven't gotten it yet, here's how you can: http://blogs.msdn.com/bharry/archive/2009/10/26/support-for-vs-2010-beta-2.aspxBrian...

Upgrading to the TFS 2010 RC

Bryan Krieger has put together a very thorough document on upgrading to the RC: http://blogs.msdn.com/bkrieger/archive/2010/02/03/tfs-2010-beta2-to-rc-upgrade-guide.aspx It's kind of long because it covers almost every form of upgrade you might consider.  For most people, upgrading will be uninstall Beta 2, install RC and run the "Upgrade...
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VS 2010/.NET 4 Release Candidate is Available for MSDN subscribers

This afternoon we published the 2010 release candidate for MSDN subscribers.  You can download it here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/dd582936.aspx.  While the release candidate doesn't include every SKU, it includes most everything you might want to look at, including: VS (Pro, Premium and Ultimate), .NET 4 (Client and ...

VS 2010/.NET 4 Release Candidate is Available for MSDN subscribers

This afternoon we published the 2010 release candidate for MSDN subscribers.  You can download it here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/dd582936.aspx.  While the release candidate doesn't include every SKU, it includes most everything you might want to look at, including: VS (Pro, Premium and Ultimate), .NET 4 (Client and ...

Secure Development Lifecycle Process Templates

We’ve been working with the Secure Development Lifecycle team and Microsoft for quite a while now and they’ve done some excellent work to educate customers on how to build secure applications.  They’ve provided some great guidance and tools and made much of it available in a form that works well for Team System customers...
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New 2010 Guidance from the Rangers

The Visual Studio ALM Rangers, have been busy at work putting together some great guidance for helping customers get ready to put the 2010 release into production.  If you’d like to learn more about getting going with our 2010 release, check these out… Brian...

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