(How To Videos) Get up to speed on Visual Studio 2008

Posted by: Federal Developer Weblog, on 20 Oct 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Visual Studio 2008 (and the .NET Framework 3.5) is set to release to manufacturing in a few weeks (November timeframe).  I've been working with it for about 6 months myself, and once you get pass the BETA "issues" it is a nice upgrade over Visual Studio 2005 in a variety of areas. I specifically like these news features: Multi-targeted frameworks Within VS2008, the IDE gives you a choice of working with the .NET 2.0, 3.0, or 3.5 framework Which means that I don't have to have Visual Studio...

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