A very short blog entry that triggered me. Hopefully, it will arrive soon, since that makes it potentially possible to use the Web Client Software Factory on a Visual Studio 2008 (Orcas) environment. For those guys that also use the V3 alpha drops of the Service Software Factory, be patient. P&P is planning to internally move to VS2008 somewhere in July, and deliver a proper VS2008 version in August or September.
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