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Microsoft making changes in Visual Studio 2005
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/03/2005 09:02:00 PM.

Microsoft is making several changes to its upcoming Visual Studio 2005 development tools platform based on early user feedback, including improvements pertaining to Visual C#, Web Forms and icons. Improvements range from adding “Edit and Continue” support to Visual C# to refinements of the “Intellisense” function for word recognition while typing.

User-driven rankings have been factored into determinations on which improvements to make. “With tools such as blogging and the MSDN Product Feedback Center, that’s really opened us up to having a dialog with the customers that we haven’t been able to have before,” said Brian Keller, a Microsoft product manager on the Visual Studio team. Visual Studio 2005, codenamed “Whidbey,” is due to ship in the second half of this year and will feature a range of products, including the Team System variant of Visual Studio for application lifecycle management.

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