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Please tell me the difference among .net frameworks.
 
I means what's new in 2.0, after it what's new in 3.0, 3.5 also what's new in 4.0
Posted 1-Apr-11 2:27am
Edited 1-Apr-11 2:34am
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Smithers-Jones at 1-Apr-11 12:27pm
   
What's the difference between an orange?
 
Too lazy to do a proper google-search.
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Solution 2

John is right. I googled this: What's new .NET framework. The first answers are:
.NET 4.0[^]
.NET 3.5[^]
.NET 2.0[^]
 
Google is your friend!!
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Solution 3

Overview
 
.Net 2.0
1.CLR Features
2.Delegates
3.Other basic concepts
 
.Net 3.0
1.WCF
2.WPF
3.WF
 
.Net 3.5 - Enhanced Feature of .Net 3.0
- LINQ
 
.Net 4.0
1.Parallelism
2.Entity Framework
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Tarun.K.S at 1-Apr-11 9:41am
   
You forgot the big thing LINQ! :)
girishmeena at 6-Feb-14 0:26am
   
@JeevithaMani : Entity Framework came in 4.0 ?
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Solution 1

Seriously, google is pretty damn handy:
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.NET_Framework[^]
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yasir mughal at 1-Apr-11 9:32am
   
dear i have done many time search in google but find out common news. but can't find what changing in code. delegates and other basic concepts
i m new in asp.net
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Solution 4

I hate it when people answer a question with, "Look it up in google!" Well, guess what, google is the first place I turn to to look up questions like this and guess what answer I see most frequently, "do a google search." If you know the answer, then answer the question; if you don't know, then don't say anything. There have been so times when I've looked for something very obscure and the ONE working link that had the same question posed had an answer of, "use google!" Do you know how aggravating that is?? Please be considerate the next time you're tempted to tell someone to use google; in most cases, they already have and couldn't find the answer. At the very least, give them the search phrase you used to get the answer that you found. Thank you JeevithaMani, for actually answering the question!!
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Dave Kreskowiak at 31-Jul-12 15:40pm
   
9 years around here and this is the first thing you post??
 
If you've been lurking around here for that long you'd know that most people DON'T do any kind of Google search, or just lie about doing any kind of search at all, or are so poor in their research abilities that they couldn't find the time of day if the clock was hanging two feet in front of their face.
 
Actually, most of the time, if they just Google the very question they posted here, they would come up with the correct answer.
 
I have no idea what YOU'RE doing to come up with such poor links, but just about every time I do a search I find the answers I'm looking for within the top 5 links of the results.
Lemont Cranston at 31-Jul-12 19:46pm
   
Yes, that's the result of 9 years of frustration at people answering with, "look it up in google."
 
You obviously haven't tried to search for anything obscure where sites have become obsolete because the technology is no longer supported. try doing a search on Delphi 6 related questions. you will find people either telling you to "use google" or giving a link to a dead borland site.
 
I don't know how it's possible that you've collected data on "most people" that you know most of them don't do a google search before posing a question, but based on every developer that I've talked to in real life, that is the FIRST thing that they do. And the all complained about the same thing!! Posting a question in a forum is almost a last resort before paying for professional support.
Legor at 17-Oct-12 3:32am
   
"Posting a question in a forum is almost a last resort before paying for professional support."
 
At least it should be. But the truth is that many people posting here dont bother to do research on their own before doing so.
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Solution 5

I am completly agree with Lemon And fully endorsse his comments.
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Wes Aday at 17-Oct-12 6:40am
   
And how exactly is this any kind of an answer to this year and a half old question?

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