Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 8th Jun 2012 17:15 UTC
Microsoft "A few weeks ago, we shared our plans for the Express editions of Visual Studio 2012. As we've worked to deliver the best experience with Visual Studio for our platforms with Windows 8, Windows Phone, and for Web and Windows Azure, we heard from our community that developers want to have for Windows desktop development the same great experience and access to the latest Visual Studio 2012 features at the Express level. Today, I'm happy to announce that we will add Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop to the Visual Studio 2012 family. This will bring to the Visual Studio Express family significant new capabilities that we've made available in Visual Studio 2012 for building great desktop applications."
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RE[5]: Just the beginning...
by tomcat on Mon 11th Jun 2012 17:43 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Just the beginning..."
tomcat
Member since:
2006-01-06

"The desktop is a shrinking market.


The desktop market seems to be shrinking because the market itself has expanded and diversified.
"

I'm not sure how that distinction matters. The desktop is therefore shrinking... hence...

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RE[6]: Just the beginning...
by kwan_e on Mon 11th Jun 2012 23:22 in reply to "RE[5]: Just the beginning..."
kwan_e Member since:
2007-02-18

"[q]The desktop is a shrinking market.


The desktop market seems to be shrinking because the market itself has expanded and diversified.
"

I'm not sure how that distinction matters. The desktop is therefore shrinking... hence... [/q]

It's not shrinking in the way that a company like Microsoft has to "get out of it".

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RE[7]: Just the beginning...
by tomcat on Tue 12th Jun 2012 16:30 in reply to "RE[6]: Just the beginning..."
tomcat Member since:
2006-01-06

"[q][q]The desktop is a shrinking market.


The desktop market seems to be shrinking because the market itself has expanded and diversified.
"

I'm not sure how that distinction matters. The desktop is therefore shrinking... hence... [/q]

It's not shrinking in the way that a company like Microsoft has to "get out of it". [/q]

I'm glad you aren't running their business -- because you'd run it into the ground.

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