MSDN Magazine Editor in Chief, Howard Dierking, announced a number of changes to the magazine in the January 2009 Editor’s Note. Among that list of changes was the following excerpt: “Furthermore, we recently began moving all of our article code samples to MSDN Code Gallery.
It’s a new week, and the 10-4 video podcast series continues! The topics for this week include an overview of VS 2010, and a special focus on the Start Page. Here’s a description of the episode, from the creators: 10-4 Episode 2: Welcome to Visual Studio 2010 In this second episode of 10-4,
The first episode of the 10-4 podcast series is about downloading the VS 2010 CTP. We had blogged the instructions before, but this video will take you through the process. Download now, and start trying out all the new features! 🙂 Episode 1: Downloading and Using the Visual Studio 2010 September CTP For this first episode of 10-4,
Back in seventh grade, I had a pretty heavy crush on a girl named Melissa. She was a good friend of mine, and so I had no problems talking to her. However, being painfully shy back then, I was far too nervous to ever ask her to “go with” me.
The Visual Studio and .NET Framework evangelism team has announced 10-4, a new video podcast. 10-4 will feature different capabilities of Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 every week! To get the episodes, visit the show’s new home on Channel9: https://channel9.msdn.com/shows/10-4/ There you will also have the option to subscribe to the RSS feed of your choice,
This post is in response to a question we received in the blog comments last week. It’s often difficult to study future versions of VB and C#, and figure out what’s the same and what’s different! Therefore, I’ve put together a chart that shows both the VB 10.0 and C# 4.0 feature lists together.
Do you spend a lot of time on Facebook? Facebook is now one more way that you can connect with the Visual Basic team, and other fellow Visual Basic friends. Log on and join today! Friends of the Microsoft Visual Basic Team Facebook Group
Have you downloaded and started using the Visual Studio 2010 Community Technology Preview (“CTP”)? If so, you may have noticed that the Virtual PC it runs on, will expire at the end of the year. See the following blog posts from Brian Keller and Jeff Beehler,
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