Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 10th Feb 2012 00:09 UTC, submitted by moondevil
Windows As you all know, Windows 8 will be the first release of Windows NT which supports the ARM architecture. Microsoft hasn't been particularly forthcoming about this new Windows variant, but that's changing today. The company has posted a long and in-depth blog post about Windows 8 on ARM.
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RE[6]: Pfui !
by siride on Mon 13th Feb 2012 20:16 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Pfui !"
siride
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2006-01-02

I love Vim as much as the next guy, but I wouldn't want to do my serious .NET work in it. If you haven't used Visual Studio + ReSharper, you might think that you're just missing out on a few frills. I'll say this, though: I am much more productive with the "frills" of Visual Studio and ReSharper than I am with just a plain text editor. The latter is fine for hobby projects, or projects written in C/C++, which lack the metadata and overall structure to be parsed and used by tools like ReSharper. When it's time to get work done, I'm going to use a powerful tool that'll let me get it done quickly and correctly. For C#, Vim is not that tool.

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RE[7]: Pfui !
by moondevil on Mon 13th Feb 2012 20:49 in reply to "RE[6]: Pfui !"
moondevil Member since:
2005-07-08

I love Vim as much as the next guy, but I wouldn't want to do my serious .NET work in it. If you haven't used Visual Studio + ReSharper, you might think that you're just missing out on a few frills. I'll say this, though: I am much more productive with the "frills" of Visual Studio and ReSharper than I am with just a plain text editor. The latter is fine for hobby projects, or projects written in C/C++, which lack the metadata and overall structure to be parsed and used by tools like ReSharper. When it's time to get work done, I'm going to use a powerful tool that'll let me get it done quickly and correctly. For C#, Vim is not that tool.


Even for C/C++ Visual Studio is much more better than Vim.

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