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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?

OptionVotes% 
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



 
GeneralThe most awesome IDE have error used but temporarily moved on Pin
JoCodes2-May-15 8:18
JoCodes2-May-15 8:18 
GeneralDefinitely for the community 2015 edition Pin
fredatcodeproject1-May-15 13:33
professionalfredatcodeproject1-May-15 13:33 
GeneralMost definitely not... Pin
Albert Holguin1-May-15 4:30
professionalAlbert Holguin1-May-15 4:30 
GeneralRe: Most definitely not... Pin
Ed Nutting1-May-15 11:23
Ed Nutting1-May-15 11:23 
GeneralRe: Most definitely not... Pin
Albert Holguin3-May-15 13:34
professionalAlbert Holguin3-May-15 13:34 
GeneralRe: Most definitely not... Pin
Ed Nutting3-May-15 16:01
Ed Nutting3-May-15 16:01 
GeneralRe: Most definitely not... Pin
Albert Holguin3-May-15 16:37
professionalAlbert Holguin3-May-15 16:37 
GeneralRe: Most definitely not... Pin
Albert Holguin3-May-15 16:41
professionalAlbert Holguin3-May-15 16:41 
GeneralRe: Most definitely not... Pin
Paul M Watt3-May-15 17:58
mentorPaul M Watt3-May-15 17:58 
GeneralRe: Most definitely not... Pin
Albert Holguin4-May-15 4:15
professionalAlbert Holguin4-May-15 4:15 
GeneralAfter SP1, you mean, right? Pin
dexterama30-Apr-15 8:51
professionaldexterama30-Apr-15 8:51 
GeneralVisual Studio versions and Features Pin
Anurag Gandhi29-Apr-15 4:22
professionalAnurag Gandhi29-Apr-15 4:22 
Microsoft had amazing history in application development.
2002: Minimal features.
2003: Necessary features to work on web.
2005: Must have features Good Upgrade.
2008: Awesome features: Linq & Supporting Concepts
2010: Parallel Programming: Good to have but not essential for majority.
2012: Async & Await: Confuses more as Over engineered in Web
2013: Failed to deliver anything. Other open source frameworks are just better than high cost product.
2015: Completely Useless. Everything is already available open-source and MS is FAR-FAR behind copying it from other open source tools.

VS release is always confusing with Framework and Language/Tool release versions.
Now is the time to say good bye to MS and move to open source before it is too late.
MS is also following/going open source but they take more time to copy.

All MS lovers, no offence please. I also love MS and still feel that VS is was an awesome tool.
Life is a computer program and everyone is the programmer of his own life.

GeneralRe: Visual Studio versions and Features Pin
Valery Possoz29-Apr-15 11:37
professionalValery Possoz29-Apr-15 11:37 
GeneralRe: Visual Studio versions and Features Pin
Florian Rappl1-May-15 1:57
professionalFlorian Rappl1-May-15 1:57 
GeneralRe: Visual Studio versions and Features Pin
Albert Holguin1-May-15 4:34
professionalAlbert Holguin1-May-15 4:34 
GeneralVisual Studio versions and Features - From a different tech path (C++) Pin
Paul M Watt3-May-15 18:12
mentorPaul M Watt3-May-15 18:12 
GeneralWish I could use TFS Pin
gardnerp29-Apr-15 3:53
gardnerp29-Apr-15 3:53 
GeneralRe: Wish I could use TFS Pin
Jeremy Falcon30-Apr-15 8:50
professionalJeremy Falcon30-Apr-15 8:50 
GeneralAbsolutely will go for VS2015 Pin
aarif moh shaikh28-Apr-15 18:51
professionalaarif moh shaikh28-Apr-15 18:51 
GeneralWhy would I upgrade, I don't use it now ! Pin
Member 1080518628-Apr-15 10:52
Member 1080518628-Apr-15 10:52 
GeneralI would love to, but it's up to my customers. Pin
RASPeter28-Apr-15 8:55
professionalRASPeter28-Apr-15 8:55 
GeneralMSDN upgrading... Pin
Duncan Edwards Jones28-Apr-15 5:29
professionalDuncan Edwards Jones28-Apr-15 5:29 
GeneralRe: MSDN upgrading... Pin
Valery Possoz29-Apr-15 11:39
professionalValery Possoz29-Apr-15 11:39 
GeneralVS2015?!?! I'd settle for upgrading to VS2012 Pin
sam-silvercreek28-Apr-15 3:59
sam-silvercreek28-Apr-15 3:59 
GeneralRe: VS2015?!?! I'd settle for upgrading to VS2012 Pin
Jalapeno Bob28-Apr-15 4:36
professionalJalapeno Bob28-Apr-15 4:36 

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