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Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 Codename 'Whidbey' Expected Late March
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/25/2005 03:59:00 PM.

Sources close to the development of Visual Studio 2005, code-named Whidbey, are indicting that a second beta is in the cards for late March or early April. The beta release may be given a "Go Live" license that clears the way for developers to roll out solutions built with Whidbey. If the Beta 2 timeframe, first reported by eWeek, is forecasted correctly, its progress augurs well for a release candidate to arrive by mid-September.

However, predicting Whidbey's beta schedule has been a slippery slope. Earlier estimates called for the second beta to be completed in February, in time for the VSLive! Conference. The last major build of Whidbey was shipped to testers in December as a Community Technology Preview (CTP).


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