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Old February 12th, 2008, 06:51 PM
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Hi All,

Anyone out there had any first hand experience with Visual Studio 2008 in a production environment? Pros and cons? Is it ready for prime time? I'm hesitant to jump right at this time.

Would love to hear back from anyone. Thanks.

Richard

 
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I haven't done any work on production applications using 2008, but I have worked with it a reasonable amount for a recent book review. Comparing the BETA/CTP releases against the RTM, I'd say it's probably ready. One the guys on my team has been working with it and hasn't had any major problems.

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