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Understanding the Visual Studio 2010 IDE, .NET Framework 4.0, and the Anatomy of a VB 2010 Application

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Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session: This session makes an overview of the .NET Framework 4 and shows how to get familiar with the VS 2010 IDE and what's new in VS 2010 as well. Finally you learn the anatomy of a Visual Basic application by exploring the key concepts within projects.

Code Project Virtual Tech Summit Session

If you missed the premiere of one of our virtual tech summits you'll still be able to view these sessions. This video originally premiered in our Agile Development Summit February 23, 2011.

Abstract

This session makes an overview of the .NET Framework 4 and shows how to get familiar with the VS 2010 IDE and what's new in VS 2010 as well. Finally you learn the anatomy of a Visual Basic application by exploring the key concepts within projects.

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Alessandro Del Sole
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I'm a Microsoft Visual Basic MVP. I'm an Italian .NET developer and I write articles and books about Visual Basic, Visual Studio LightSwitch, and the .NET technologies.
 
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