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VS 2010 is still my favorite as well. Only downside is it does not connect to the newer versions of SQL so you cannot debug stored procs from SQL > 2012. Other than that it is much faster than any of the newer versions.
Not seen 2019 yet, but when first started 2017 all the methods had weird spacing and text above them. I never wrote anything there.
Also the line numbers had spaces in them. 30 31, big gap 32 33??
Add Team Server repo, and even more text is added.
Googled wtf, found how to change to make smaller less intrusive.
But now find them very help.
Talking about method references, commit change notices and the like.
As far as I'm concerned Microsoft's UIs, across all product lines, have been getting worse since Office/VS 2010. They've gotten monochromatic and the framing features of the UI (take a look at Outlook's calendar grid lines for an example) have gotten so dim that they're useless.
The only bright spot has been the improvements in the Windows 10 context menus.
It's a traditional Crossword substitution: "Book" refers to one of the two books of the bible, the "Old Testament" (or "OT") and the updated version the "New Testament" (or "NT"). Technically, "Books" should be "OTNT" but these religious types don't seem to be over concerned with accuracy or facts ...
Sent from my Amstrad PC 1640 Never throw anything away, Griff
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
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What the heck!
The dog's life of a little manager.
The boss pings me and tells "May be we should consider Spring-boot for our next designs".
Him saying this, sounded reasonable. Because, even I was getting bombarded by this buzz word in recent times. Very much like the "Docker" thing. I was wishing that boss never gets to hear about Spring-boot.
But he did.
Now I need to first learn about it , to say why we should reject it.
The most primary reason - JAVA.
There's no rest! Why, in recent times there's a continuous invasion of newer, bugging buzzwords?
I miss the days where Microsoft takes an year to release 2.0 of any framework. (lol)
We could just learn a bunch of things & settle with for an year at least & focus on business/functional designs. Now the whole energy is getting routed to learning newer stuff.
Now wonder if I get to see a "Spring boot contest" very soon in CP