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Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2

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guoqiang

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Has anyone tried C#, VB, VWD or C++ with its .NET Framework 4?

Please share your experience. Thanks. :hello:

Free Express ISO DVD, to download at http://go.microsoft..../?LinkID=167878

It will compress the individual WCU into one using its CDImage premastering program. :thumbup

Enjoy learning!

Edited by guoqiang, 21 November 2009 - 06:30 PM.



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MagicAndre1981

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The Beta2 is free for all Editions.

You can also get the Prof, Premium oder Ultimate Edition of Visual Studio 2010 for free to test and play with it. But I don't have to time to deal with it. And what I also don't like is the WPF Editor, this looks so ugly :thumbdown :realmad:
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I personally thought there was several improvements overall. I occassionally had a problem when i had a large project open (when debugging) i would get a not responding alert but this seems to have been resolved (however mini hotfixes for VS 2008 always caused problems for other addins i had installed).

VB seems to be catching up with some aspects of C# and vice versa, VSTO has some good improvments especially with deploying apps and a slightly better debugger (and a few other minor issues). Complete support for Silverlight designer....so far so good :rolleyes:
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