Posted By: David Guyer, Visual Basic Testing I’ve just left Tech-Ed after finishing up the last days of booth duty. Overall, it was a fantastic conference. The intelligence and knowledge of our customers is always very impressive and I learn a lot from them.
Eric Gunnerson writes about C# supporting Nullable types. We’ve heard a lot of positive feedback on the Nullable types. Just so everyone’s aware, this is NOT a C# specific feature. Just as with all generics, VB will both emit and consume the full set of generics,
(Posted by Duncan Mackenzie, VB Content Strategist for MSDN)
I’ve been spending the last few days at the Cabanas, pretty much all day every day this week actually, and I’ve been amazed by the folks we have hanging around there. People have come up to ask a relatively straightforward question like “How do I do a constructor in Visual Basic .NET?”
Posted by Alexandre Moura, Visual Basic Compiler QA This was my third day at TechEd – I think that finally I’m developing presentation capabilities – this is my first time at a conference, and I must admit I was a bit unsure about what kind of questions I’d be getting at the booths –
Posted By: David Guyer, Visual Basic Testing Today I got to meet a lot more people who are similarly enthusiastic about the features I mentioned yesterday. Right now I’m sitting in the Sails pavillion where my day began enjoying the breeze and quiet evening.
Posted By: David Guyer, Visual Basic Test Team Today was my first day working the pavillion at Tech-Ed. I had the opportunity to talk to a lot of people with a lot of interesting backgrounds and experiences. Here is a list of some of the features of VS 2005 that were drew the most interest or excitement: My. Edit and Continue (even though EnC and DTEE aren’t working well in PD5) Error Correction ClickOnce Deployment and the Generic Bootstrapper Global Exception Handler Local Data and the Data Explorer Partial Trust Applications (and related features) People here are very excited to get a copy of Visual Studio .NET PD5,
(Posted by Steven Lees, Visual Basic program manager) Steve Ballmer kicked off TechEd this morning with his keynote. The transcript should be up here later today. Right now I’m in DEV340, Brian Randell’s on VB Tips and Tricks. It’s a pretty big room and it’s packed–there are a bunch of folks standing up in the back and sides of the room.
Posted by: Robert Green, VB Program Manager Welcome to the VB Team blog. Some members of the VB team have their own blogs so why do we need a team blog? Well, the VB Team is a group of individuals. And while individual team members will have their own blogs,
TechEd starts Sunday in sunny San Diego. We hope to meet many of you there. The team members who will be attending are Alexandre Moura, Amanda Silver, David Guyer, Duncan Mackenzie, Jay Roxe, Jay Schmelzer, Osama Salem, Paul Vick and Steven Lees.
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