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Real Name:  David Prothero
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Visual Interdev is history?
I understand that the next version of Microsoft Visual Studio will NOT contain Visual Interdev. [IMG]http://prestwood.net/ubb/eek.gif[/IMG] Is this true? , , I also hear that it will be integrated into the other products. [IMG]http://prestwood.net/ubb/cool.gif[/IMG] Has anyone seen this yet? Any news? Comments?, , ------------------, Michael A. Prestwood, Author, Corel Paradox 9 Power Programming: The Official Guide, , President & CEO, Prestwood Software & Consulting, 7525 Auburn Blvd., #8, Citrus Heights, CA 95610, , [URL=http://www.prestwood.com]www.prestwood.com[/URL], , [b][i]Serving your IT needs since 1984![/b][/i]
Posted to MB Topic: C# & WinForms « C# Board
7 years ago

dprothero
More information on .NET is available in the new Microsoft .NET forums on this message board., , , ------------------, David Prothero, Owner / Consultant, [URL=http://www.prothero.com]Prothero Consulting[/URL], (209) 956-9180
7 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
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SQL Server 2000?
Has anyone played much with [b]SQL Server 2000[/b]? I know it is designed to support the new .NET framework and adds XML support. Are there other new features that are worth mentioning? How does a SQL Server 7 application convert to SQL Server 2000? Pretty easy?, , , ------------------, David Prothero, Owner / Consultant, Prothero Consulting, (209) 956-9180
Posted to MB Topic: MS SQL « DBA Board
19 years ago

tcronin
SQL 2000 upGrade is easy. Also a more refined product. Just need to figure out licensing, it may be a little pricey if you don't have CALS(still very cheap compared to Oracle). Unless you are using system objects in your code app should convert no problem
18 years ago
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Microsoft Releases Visual Studio.NET Beta
Microsoft has released the Visual Studio.NET Beta:, [URL=http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/nextgen/beta.asp]http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/nextgen/beta.asp[/URL] , , , ------------------, David Prothero, [EMAIL]david@prothero.com[/EMAIL], , A [URL=http://www.prestwood.com]Prestwood Software & Consulting[/URL] Partner
Posted to MB Topic: VS.Net General & Other « C# Board
19 years ago
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Get Books on .NET
There is a web site:, [URL=http://www.dotnetbooks.com]http://www.dotnetbooks.com[/URL] , , Where you can get all kinds of books related to .NET technology. It looks pretty good!, , , ------------------, David Prothero, [EMAIL]david@prothero.com[/EMAIL], , A [URL=http://www.prestwood.com]Prestwood Software & Consulting[/URL] Partner
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19 years ago
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Re: C#?
{Too Long!}
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19 years ago
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Brian Prestwood
C#?
Assuming C# is intended to compete with Java, I wonder why Microsoft didn't just focus on VB. Now that VB has implementation inheritance it is a viable option for OOP.
Posted to MB Topic: C# & WinForms « C# Board
19 years ago

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{Too Long!}
19 years ago
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