Jan 13, 2006 03:30 PM|BillKrat|LINK
I'm chomping at the bit (as many other developers are) however Microsoft isn't even providing a tentative date (that I'm aware of).. Fortunately the power resides in the ability to communicate effectively with web services so I'm planning on coding for
Each release I'll turn the switch to see what breaks and/or works so when they do go live I'll be ready.
Note: I have Atlas deployed to my ISP's server (www.CrystalTech.com) and it works smooth as silk; of course I only use it for my beta code (wont' go live until it is legal to do so).
An excerpt from http://forums.asp.net/1142311/ShowPost.aspx follows:
12-14-2005, 3:17 PM
Re: Ready for production use?
Reply Quote Favorites Contact I understand your frustration but we've been clear from the start that we release this early version to get feedback and enable developers to have a sneak peek at the platform. It's not the first time we do this as even products
like Visual Studio and the .NET framework don't get a go live license before beta 2.
For Atlas, we'll ship a live license even before beta. Within 365 days ;)