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which is best between

Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 with MSDN
Visual Studio Premium 2012 with MSDN
Visual Studio Pro 2012
for a developer's Point of View?

is Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 with MSDN best in comparison with others?
Updated 23-Sep-12 2:52am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Sep-12 11:20am    
The question is about "best" is, strictly speaking, incorrect...

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You can compare all the Visual studio editions here:[^]

See which one is best by yourself. Premium should be fine for a normal development. No doubt, ultimate will have all that is possible.
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RaisKazi 23-Sep-12 9:26am    
My 5!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Sep-12 11:19am    
My 5.

My rule of thumb is always to choose Professional. It's quite enough for most purposes, but it depends on the type of activity.

There is no "best", unless OP has strict definition of "better than", which I don't believe. For example, VS 2010 supports better version of C# (C# 4) and wider set of .NET Framework versions as target (by one, v 4.0), but slower than VS 2008, so what's "better"?

Surendra0x2 23-Sep-12 23:59pm    
Sandeep Mewara 24-Sep-12 2:18am    

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