Read here from Scott Hanselman’s post. Download Links You likely only need this one download: Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 11 Developer Preview Visual Studio Agents 11 Developer Preview Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview Remote Debugger .NET Framework 4.5 Developer Preview
I have found this post at somasegar’s blog writing about the new enhancements in VB and C# languages. About VB.NET they include: – removed the underscore (“_”) character when breaking a code statement across multiple lines – simple way of declaring properties – collection initializers and array literals are simpler as well – better support
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Here is an interview with me at The Visual Basic Team blog.
Hi again, here are two free books as present from Microsoft for the 25th anniversary of Microsoft Press. Windows Small Business Server 2008 Administrator’s Companion (24MB) by Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford (27 chapters, 3 appendices, 712 pages) Your comprehensive, one-volume guide to planning, setup, and administration. Get the critical information you need to build
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I came across this article and really enjoyed it, thats why I have to share it with you. Written by Damon Armstrong this article gives a bit of light what is next in .NET field. Co-Evolution for VB.NET and C# One of the most prominent messages coming from Microsoft right now is geared towards Microsoft
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These are predictions by Guy Barrette who is Microsoft Regional Director. ASP.NET is dead You should drop ASP.NET and start using Silverlight right now because it is clear that Microsoft has no roadmap and future plans for that technology. At the last PDC, nothing new ASP.NET was announced except a few tweaks for AJAX and
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This one I found today, it was published on 18th of Dec by Tony Davis on http://www.simple-talk.com. Its quite interesting post I loved reading it. Here is a short brief: Visual Basic v9 appeared on November 19. In the past, the new release of Microsoft’s longest-running language might have caused a stir, but it was
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Part 4 from Bill Horst’s series, now its functions turn. Functions SQL SELECT clauses often involve functions, which can be scalar or aggregate. An aggregate function is applied to a field over all the selected records, while a scalar function is called with individual values, one record at a time. It is possible to re-create
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