.NET 2.0 vs .NET 1.1 !! Upgrade to .NET 2.0 "NOW"

Posted by: Sahil Malik - blah.winsmarts.com, on 04 Jul 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Here is a short, brief list of reasons why you should be seriously thinking about .NET 2.0, if you haven't already done so. a) DataBinding in .NET 2.0 is quite different from .NET 1.1. The code is backward compatible in the sense that VB6 code will still work in .NET 2.0 - well it kind of does, but is that really how you should be writing your apps?b) DataSets and DataAccess in general are VASTLY improved in .NET 2.0. The one thing that still pissed me off about ADO.NET 2.0 was the inability or nto having the equivalent of "batched update" for SqlCommand - but still, it's quite a quantum leap over what you could do before (hey you coudln't do batched updates before anyway, so what are you cribbing about). Given that, and other improvements in...

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