Tutorial: Pic Viewer Revisited on the Async CTP

As Soma announced this morning, we’ve just released the Visual Studio Async CTP, a preview of the new language support coming in VB and C# to make it far easier to write responsive client apps and scalable server apps.  You can find out more details by visiting the Async CTP site. For this post, I’m…

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New Components and Contributors for IronPython and IronRuby

The CLR has always been a great environment for dynamic languages and over the last several years we have built out additional dynamic language support for the .NET Framework through efforts like the Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) and language implementations on top of the DLR. The DLR shipped earlier this year as a built-in component…

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October 14th What’s Happening Around Visual Studio

Quick recap of what’s been happening around the team. [UPDATE] Hotfix Available for Scrolling Context Menu – Download the latest patch for Visual Studio and Windows Presentation Foundation that fixes the scrolling context menu.  You can also find more details in Brian Harry’s post. Microsoft How-To: Scrum for Everyone – Aaron Bjork recently wrote a…

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Visual Studio 2010 Survey

It’s been just over 6 months since we launched Visual Studio 2010 in April. I hope you’ve been busy digging in and taking VS out for a spin. Your feedback was invaluable to us as we were building VS – thank you! It’s a great time for us to hear what you think so far. We are especially interested in…

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Sample: WPF Picture Viewer for VS2010

A while back I wrote a tutorial that showed how to write a beginning WPF application using VS2010.  I got an email from a developer who ran into problems getting things working.  I’ve just posted a full working copy of the sample for those who want to either start with one that works or figure…

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