Co-Evolution for VB.NET and C# – and a new article on language futures in VS2010

The following is snipped from an article I had commissioned on language futures. The article is a good summary of what to expect in Visual Studio 2010. Enjoy. “Visual Basic .NET and C# are both built on top of the Common Language Runtime (CLR), which means they both compile down into the same Common Intermediate…



Visual Basic 10 will remove the need for the underscore in most cases – and the team have done the right thing and set up in readiness for all those unemployed underscores 🙂


Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 announced – and the return of UML

Blimey – and I am only just getting my head round Visual Studio 2008 🙂 These are exciting times. You can find all the public details over on msdn. There is also a week of videos appearing on channel9. Nearly forgot, we are having another stab at decent modelling tools 🙂  (see the images below)…