Overview of Visual C# 2005 Features


It took a small miracle to get this up (you don’t want to know), but please cruise through the Overview of Visual C# 2005 (by Patrick Barnes). You may even find some features you didn’t even know existed, like:

 

 

 

 

Comments (8)

  1. Charles Chen says:

    Hi Dan, what release of VS2K5 are these features packaged in? Or are they even available for preview yet?

  2. Charles Chen says:

    I should clarify: "What *beta/CTP* release are these features in"?

  3. Good question, all of the features are available in Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1.

    -Dan

  4. The object test bench seems funny. Do we plan to add recording capability to it ? This would make it an interresting tool for unit testing…

  5. M Kolling says:

    Jonathan de Halleux writes (in comment above): "The object test bench seems funny. Do we plan to add recording capability to it ? This would make it an interresting tool for unit testing…"

    Now, since the whole object bench idea is a straight copy of BlueJ, you may as well go all the way, do it properly, and copy BlueJ’s recording capability as well…

    See http://www.bluej.org/vs/vs-bj.html

  6. petra eckhart says:

    I’m studying for microsoft certicates and read/learned a lot of material. Before this I studied from Kollings boek JAVA with BlueJ. And if there’s one thing I learned from all this …

    if you want to learn how to program obj orientated (and not just want to learn about what is what) this is THE book: You should give Kolling credits for this book and method/approach.

    I’m not a microsoft hater, but please please give credit to the people who deserve it. And it might be a nice suggestion to make a C# version from this method. And by this I mean like translating a book: so including paying the original makers/writers. To me this all seems to make common sence.

    If I was managing Microsoft, I would put effort in making products that are of a high standard: both technically as morally. I would stop enoy the rest of the world by rather childish and greedy behaviour.

    Perhaps than I would have to excuse myself to friend who don’t like microsoft…