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The podcast mentioned pre-ordering VS 11, is there a link for that. I don't see a pre-order VS 11 in the MS store.
Let me throw this to the Microsoft people directly. Ruth do you have an answer?
My apologies for any confusion. The mention of pre-ordering VS11 was said in error. The best route to VS11 is through purchasing Visual Studio 2010 with MSDN now before the prices change with the release of Visual Studio 11.