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My experience is that the quality of Visual Studio is heavily depending which version you use. The 2001 was total crap, the 2003 on the right track, the 2005 quite nice and from 2009 really fine. Especially when running on Windows 7.
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Greetings from Germany
I'm using VS2013 up to VS2015 (for really small Projects/interfaces) with W7/W8.1 and I'm impressed about the Quality. Especally while developing components. With Embarcadero it's very easy to "switch off" IDE (means IDE does not start again) while having a problem in a self made component.
I'm aware, that is not an easy Job for an IDE to manage self developed components.
Borland 6 was more or less relaiable, but Embarcadero RAD 10 is the hell.
With VS I made at least the expirience that my self developed components can't take "out of order" the IDE.
I'm working with it since about 20 years, so I got used to it... As long as it starts up and does not abort abnormally, which happens too often
the compiler is horrible
Yes indeed! But fortunately for about $140 JomiTech helps for this with TwineCompile which drastically decrease compile time (about factor 10).
But the price includes also some new side effects and the increase of the chance that the IDE crashes
Archana Vemulapalli, the city’s Chief Technology Officer, said the city did not pay ransom and resolved the problem by taking the devices offline, removing all software and restarting the system at each site.
Yes, at least they seem to have had a recovery strategy. So many entities simply have nothing in place, should they be hit by a ransom virus. And the FBI's advice for such people: Pay the ransom! Inconceivable!
Because of its wealth, the USA is a prime target for hackers. And yes, I believe businesses and other entities can do a lot more to safeguard themselves against hackers. It may be difficult, but I believe possible, to safeguard your systems against viruses that make their presence known, like the ransom virus.
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