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Get Set For Delays

Key upgrades to Microsoft's Visual Studio .Net development environment and SQL Server database that had been scheduled for release this year are being postponed until 2005, the company disclosed last week. Whidbey, the code name for the next release of Visual Studio .Net, and Yukon, the follow-on to SQL Server 2000, are both getting pushed back. They're also getting real names: Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. According to Microsoft, the second beta test of Yukon and first beta test of Whidbey are planned for the coming months. (For more on this story, see "Microsoft Delays Toolset And Database.")

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