Building Custom Tools with Visual Studio 2008 Shell

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Building Custom Tools with Visual Studio 2008 Shell (VSX105)
Speaker: James Lau (Lead Program Manager, Microsoft)
Do you want to consolidate your organization’s software tools into a single environment for either internal or external use? Do you want to create an integrated vertical market toolset inside a world-class IDE? If your answer is yes to either of the above, you need to learn more about the Visual Studio Shell product.  Visual Studio Shell is a new offering in Visual Studio 2008. With this new product, tools developers can now easily build their own customized IDE on the same platform that Visual Studio is built on; royalty free. Whether your customers are looking to build an “Express” edition of their programming language products, or they you want to build an IDE for specialized controls systems, the Visual Studio Shell can help them you cut cost and focus on their your areas of expertise. In this session, we will walk through how to build a custom IDE with the Shell. You will walk away inspired to build your own IDE on this new platform

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