Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 12th Apr 2010 11:06 UTC, submitted by HAL2001
.NET (dotGNU too) "Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 have something for every developer. The new editor, now using Windows Presentation Foundation, supports concepts such as the use of multiple monitors. This enables a developer to have one monitor with code, another with the user interface designer, and yet another with database structure. Developers have integrated access to SharePoint functionality into the Visual Studio integrated development environment. Windows Azure tools make it easy to quickly develop, debug, test and deploy cloud applications from within the familiar Visual Studio environment."
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RE[9]: Really nice
by PlatformAgnostic on Tue 13th Apr 2010 07:28 UTC in reply to "RE[8]: Really nice"
PlatformAgnostic
Member since:
2006-01-02

I think google_ninja is being pretty fair. Some of the Visual tools are not likely to lead you down the path to cleanliness and maintainability. They're likely good enough to get you to a certain 'scale' and then you're likely to need some other way to get beyond that.
But there's a lot of money to be made and business to be had at that level.

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RE[10]: Really nice
by Gryzor on Tue 13th Apr 2010 13:32 in reply to "RE[9]: Really nice"
Gryzor Member since:
2005-07-03

The big confusion came from the fact that he does ASP.NET and I have nothing to do with that. I understand that certain ASP.NET “ideas” are those of Drag, Drop, Databind and Boom.

Something that, as everyone seems to agree, it leads too poor code.

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