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…

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Announcing http://www.unemployedunderscores.com/

Visual Basic 10 will remove the need for the underscore in most cases – and the team have done the right thing and set up http://www.unemployedunderscores.com/ in readiness for all those unemployed underscores 🙂

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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)…

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