Visual Studio 11 Support for CodeRush Demonstrated at the BUILD Windows Conference

Within hours of its public release, DevExpress unveils Visual Studio 11 support for CodeRush and Refactor!

Glendale, CA – September 14, 2011 - is proud to announce that its award-winning IDE Productivity and Refactoring Toolset now supports Visual Studio 11 and is demonstrating its market-leading capabilities at the BUILD Windows Conference in Anaheim.

CodeRush helps developers create and maintain source code with extreme efficiency. Consume-first declaration, powerful templates, smart selection tools, intelligent code analysis, innovative navigation and an unrivalled collection of refactorings all work together to dramatically increase developer productivity.

"The rapid turnaround between the first public preview of Visual Studio 11 and CodeRush running within it highlights both our team’s agility and our proven commitment to customers,” said Julian Bucknall, Chief Technology Officer at DevExpress. “We are focused on making certain that developers throughout the world can capitalize on the latest IDE knowing their favorite tool is there for them."

"All features are fully functional, from color swatch highlighting in the editor to code templates to consume first declaration,” said Mark Miller, Senior Scientist at DevExpress. “This is a testament to the good design of the Visual Studio 11 IDE as well to the hard work of developers on the CodeRush team. We are committed now, as we have always been, to ensuring developers have near-instantaneous access to CodeRush builds for every Visual Studio release, including betas and pre-release drops."

CodeRush for Visual Studio 11 Preview is expected to ship within 2 weeks of the BUILD Windows Conference. To learn more about CodeRush, visit DevExpress online at:

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Thank you and best wishes,
The DevExpress Team