Cloud development a first class citizen in VS 2010 Beta 2

I was stoked to launch Visual Studio 2010 for the first time and see in the Information bar a listing for 'cloud.' 

"This can only mean one thing" I thought.  "Cloud services are actually a first class citizen in Visual Studio 2010!  Finally."

Well, not completely.  If you click on New Project, there is a Cloud Services project type, but it only has one project in it ... wait .. how is that ... Oh.  I see.  That's not a project, it's a link to download the Azure tools.  Aah well.

Nonetheless, i I hear that the Ultimate edition of visual Studio comes with 750 hours of Azure compute time.  That should give people a reason to download and give it a try.  I know I will.

 

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