Microsoft is giving Visual Studio 2008 one more year of support, and that’s it.Visual Studio 2008 debuted in late 2007, and in keeping with the company’s 10-year support policy, Microsoft’s support for the IDE, associated runtimes, and components will end on April 10, 2018.[ The art of programming moves rapidly.
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“Though your Visual Studio 2008 applications will continue to work, we encourage you to port, migrate, and upgrade your Visual Studio projects over the next year to ensure you continue to receive support,” said Microsoft’s Deniz Duncan, a program manager for Visual Studio.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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