At its Professional Developers Conference next month, Microsoft has more in store for attendees than just Longhorn.
Microsoft developers are rushing to put the finishing touches on more than just its next-generation Windows client to debut at its Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in late October.
In addition to delivering a technical preview release of Longhorn, Microsoft also is hoping to be able to provide attendees with a first beta of its "Whidbey" Visual Studio tool suite release. Whidbey went to a select group of alpha testers this summer. Microsoft is hoping to deliver the final Whidbey code in the latter half of 2004.
Whidbey will include a number of programming improvements, such as support for generics and iterators. But it also will include some brand new technologies.
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