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November 7, 2005

Visual Studio servicing plans

Posted by David Hunter at 6:41 PM ET.

The computer press has picked up on this weekend’s blog furor about Visual Studio 2005 quality. Microsoft Visual C# Product Unit Manager Scott Wiltamuth puts some oil on the troubled waters with a preview of the plans for Visual Studio servicing:

We’ve seen some questions today in blogs and forums about our servicing plans for VS 2003 and VS 2005, and I thought it would be a good idea to communicate them here. We use “hot fixes” to address time-critical issues, and periodically release service packs that have multiple fixes. By having the combination of these methods, we hope to provide timely fixes for critical issues and also make it easy for customers to deploy fixes broadly.

We have plans for two service pack releases for the first part of 2006:

–VS 2003 SP1 is scheduled for April 2006. We have done much of the work for this release already, and are anxious to get it to you.

–VS 2005 SP1 is scheduled for the first half of 2006. We will be more specific about the date in a few months, once we have more customer data.



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One Response to “Visual Studio servicing plans”

  1. Microsoft News Tracker » Blog Archive » Somasegar lays out roadmap for Visual Studio Says:

    [...] Now that Visual Studio 2005 has been launched, there has been a good deal of buzz in recent days about what’s next for Visual Studio ([1], [2]). S. “Soma” Somsegar (Microsoft Corporate VP, Developer Division) provides a roadmap in a lengthy post on his weblog. Hit the link for the full details, but to net it out: [...]

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