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One thing it does have that I am interested in is more C++11 support. November CTP included variadic templates and initializer_lists that were buggy and did not have std library changes. With the Visual Studio 2013 preview, the quality of implementation is improved, and the features now have std library support. In addition, with a go-live license - this is the first time you can use variadic templates in production with Visual C++.
It provides a comprehensive solution that works both on-premises and in the cloud, that adapts to your processes and removes the barriers between business stakeholders, development teams, testing and operations.
Visual Studio will kill your PM and BA for you?
Years ago Volkswagen used this word in thier television advertising, at least in the U.S. Perhaps to John it meant nothing especially interesting because, "It's not a car, it's a Volkswagen." Another of their equally ineffective advertising tag lines.
The internet makes dumb people dumber and clever people cleverer.
If that is the word, the correct spelling would be "Fahrvergnügen". Of course if he's never seen it in writing he wouldn't know.
There is no colloquial hidden meaning behind that word that I know of. But, looking at the VW ad mentioned below, I do agree that german advertisement in general is boring, so you might connect quite a lot of german words with that interpretation (nothing of interest)