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.NET Framework 4.0 Beta 1

I am thrilled to share that today, Monday, May 18th, the .NET Framework 4 Beta 1 will be available to MSDN Subscribers through MSDN Subscriber Downloads and to the general public on Wednesday, May 20th through Microsoft Downloads.

I have been fortunate to have my hands on a limited April CTP for some time now which is very close to what is included in Beta 1, so stay tuned for more information about VS 2010 and the WCF and WF enhancements in .NET 4.0 which are key areas that I will continue to focus on and share with you here.

Until then, here are some helpful links to get you started with NET FX 4.0:

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Stay tuned for posts in the next couple of weeks that will address the significance of this major release, particularly around VS 2010 enhancements and Connected Systems framework technologies. Until then, if you haven’t already, please take the time to upgrade to .NET Framework 3.5 which will make sure your upgrade path to .NET 4.0 is as seamless as possible.

Print | posted on Monday, May 18, 2009 2:00 PM | Filed Under [ WCF Visual Studio NETFX 4.0 ]

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