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Will you move to Visual Studio 2015?

Survey period: 27 Apr 2015 to 4 May 2015

The Visual Studio RC page is live, suggesting a launch of The Real Thing is on its way. Will you level-up?

Yes, we'll upgrade from a previous version of Visual Studio53131.38
Yes, but we don't use Visual Studio at the moment.281.65
Yes, but not immediately.47127.84
Yes, eventually.39023.05
Probably not1559.16
Definitely not.1176.91

GeneralRe: I would upgrade now however the high cost for the Pro and higher versions hold me back. Pin
Ryan Scott White27-Apr-15 21:14
professionalRyan Scott White27-Apr-15 21:14 
GeneralRe: I would upgrade now however the high cost for the Pro and higher versions hold me back. Pin
Mario Prawirosudiro27-Apr-15 22:50
professionalMario Prawirosudiro27-Apr-15 22:50 
GeneralDo we have a choice? Pin
jkirkerx27-Apr-15 8:57
professionaljkirkerx27-Apr-15 8:57 
GeneralRe: Do we have a choice? Pin
Dan Neely29-Apr-15 5:05
Dan Neely29-Apr-15 5:05 
GeneralRe: Do we have a choice? Pin
jkirkerx29-Apr-15 6:57
professionaljkirkerx29-Apr-15 6:57 
GeneralAt home, but not at work Pin
Jalapeno Bob27-Apr-15 6:52
professionalJalapeno Bob27-Apr-15 6:52 
GeneralOnly at work Pin
PIEBALDconsult27-Apr-15 5:55
mvePIEBALDconsult27-Apr-15 5:55 
GeneralDefinitely... Pin
Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan27-Apr-15 3:06
professionalAfzaal Ahmad Zeeshan27-Apr-15 3:06 
I have been waiting for Visual Studio's next version. Not because it is the next big thing... But instead because I have been waiting for Visual C#'s 6th version and also for ASP.NET's 5th version.

I have been waiting to host it in Console application also. Secondly, I want to try the new Dictionary objects and their value passing etc.

Also I have install the technical preview in my brother's laptop to teach him about programming... I have loved the new debugging tools, memory snap shots and all of the new content. I am loving it! Visual Studio 2015 has amazed me in many ways... One of them is the Blend. Which enables you to design the XAML user-interface just the way you did in Windows Forms.

Cross-platform using Xamarin didn't catch my eye. But, cross-platform programming in C++ did catch my eye and I am waiting for that (eagerly)!

So, I would definitely upgrade to Visual Studio 2015.
The sh*t I complain about
It's like there ain't a cloud in the sky and it's raining out - Eminem
~! Firewall !~

GeneralFrom VS 2008 Pin
W Balboos, GHB27-Apr-15 2:59
W Balboos, GHB27-Apr-15 2:59 
GeneralYes, but... PinPopular
OriginalGriff27-Apr-15 0:13
mveOriginalGriff27-Apr-15 0:13 
GeneralRe: Yes, but... Pin
DJ van Wyk27-Apr-15 20:43
professionalDJ van Wyk27-Apr-15 20:43 
GeneralYes and yes! Pin
Sander Rossel26-Apr-15 23:04
professionalSander Rossel26-Apr-15 23:04 
GeneralWe're still using VS6 Pin
den2k8826-Apr-15 22:05
professionalden2k8826-Apr-15 22:05 
GeneralI'm testing it since first day... Pin
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter26-Apr-15 21:37
professionalKornfeld Eliyahu Peter26-Apr-15 21:37 
Generaland Sometimes I think ....I am Wasting my time in up gradation rather than development Pin
koolprasad200326-Apr-15 20:19
professionalkoolprasad200326-Apr-15 20:19 
Question!immediately == eventually ? Pin
Ravi Bhavnani26-Apr-15 20:15
professionalRavi Bhavnani26-Apr-15 20:15 
AnswerRe: !immediately == eventually ? Pin
Jan Heckman28-Apr-15 9:35
professionalJan Heckman28-Apr-15 9:35 
GeneralStaying Two Years Behind Pin
jgakenhe26-Apr-15 19:24
professionaljgakenhe26-Apr-15 19:24 

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