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Microsoft Releases Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server Beta 2
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/19/2005 05:20:00 PM.

Microsoft released the second beta versions of its Visual Studio development tools and SQL Server today, dubbed Visual Studio 2005 and the "community technology preview" of SQL Server 2005. Although the products are not due for completion until the second half of this year, Microsoft says they are already suitable for production servers.
For both the SQL server and Visual Studio betas, Microsoft will offer customers the option to sign a "GoLive" license, which will allow them to deploy production systems on the beta software. Typically, beta software agreements do not allow customers to run applications because Microsoft does not officially offer support.
Because of the change in the license and the quality of the code, Microsoft expects 50,000 customers to move production applications onto the beta versions of Visual Studio 2005 and the .Net Framework. We are curious to see the reviews when they start pouring in from companies who port their production databases over to a beta product. We here at GeekCoffee would definitely not recommend it.


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