Another day, another significant Microsoft Announcement, so today we have a special section dedicated to the Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 announcements.
Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0
- Microsoft Unveils Next Version of Visual Studio and .NET Framework – The official Microsoft Press Release regarding VS2010 and .NET framework 4, focusing on what seems to be a key area, Application Lifecycle Management.
- What’s next for Visual Studio and .NET FX? – Somasegar talks about the key focuses and priorities of the Visual Studio and .NET framework teams looking forward to VS2010 and .NET 4
- Microsoft Announces Visual Studio 2010. Developers Respond. – CIO.com has a great article about VS2010 and .NET 4.0, getting responses from a number of Developers about the news.
- Visual Studio Team System 2010 Week on Channel 9! – The agenda for a week of all things Visual Studio 2010 on Channel 9, starting with the announcement, and moving on to Business Alignment, Software Quality and Team Foundation Server on Friday.
- Visual Studio Development and Database Edition are one – Grant Holliday focuses on one part of the VS2010 announcement – it looks like anyone who owns Visual Studio 2005/2008 Team or database edition will get to use both products from 1st October
- Shining the Light on Rosario – Brian Harry talks about the details of the VSTS plan, and about the three pillars and how the new product supports them.
- NHibernate 2.0.1.GA is released – A point release of NHibernate, fixing a few bugs, making a few improvements and including some patches.
- A Web Based Sequence Diagram Editor – Dev102.com highlight a useful looking Web Based Sequence Diagram Editor, which generates sequence diagram images from simple textual representations.
- My MVC Starter Template – Rob Conery shares his own version of the default ASP.NET MVC site template, with slightly different organisation and some useful features out of the box it looks like it might be a good starting point for new sites.
- Common issues found in code review – Ayende shares some interesting pieces of code, showing how each can be improved by using language features better or making the code clearer.
- Object Oriented F# – Creating Classes – Matthew Podwysocki goes back to F# Basics, starting new series on the object oriented features of F#, looking at creating classes in this part.
- IComparer vs IEqualityComparer – Keyvan Nayyeri thinks about searching and sorting collections, and looks at the two interfaces involved, IComparer and IEqualityComparer
- Introducing Lucene.Net – Andrew Smith gives a brief introduction to using Lucene.NET for full text indexing