As many of you already know, Microsoft has made available quite a few tools, updates, SDKs and services for creating the new generation of .NET apps, including Windows 8.
I’m not going to try to cover what is has been covered already on official blogs and sites, but let me emphasise that you need to get on-board if you want to stay on top of your game.
You can start with Visual Studio 2012 and the .NET Framework 4.5 by downloading it here. Make sue to read Jason Zander’s blog post about it, and also Scott Hanselman’s coverage on the subject and some of the new features.
Then, take a look at the news on Somasegar’s blog, and head to the download link to get the latest bits for Blend + SketchFlow. There’s a bit more info on BlendInsider if you want to stop by.
If you are still curious, don’t forget to check out the updated Windows Azure SDK for .NET, which will make it work with your brand new Visual Studio 2012 tool.
Last but not least, make sure you open an account and check all the goodies that come with the Team Foundation Service, presented with a brilliant clean and fluid modern interface to manage your projects.
Also, Windows 8 is now available for developers who want to try out Windows 8 Enterprise 90-day evaluation.
Don’t loose time, go ahead and grab the latest bits. Is all about next generation application development around !