When I think about a software development tool, I think of something that works with or alongside Visual Studio. But now that you can upgrade to the latest version of Visual Studio while still using your current version of .NET, shouldn't Visual Studio be considered "just another tool" for .NET developers?
In an upcoming issue we're planning to review Visual Studio 2010 and, at least in part, we'll be thinking about it as a "tool review."
So what do you want to know about Visual Studio 2010? What are you worried about? What do you want tested? Let me know by posting in the comments below!
Posted by Peter Vogel on 03/31/2010 at 1:16 PM
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