Monday, November 10, 2008

Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 Week, 12 videos on Channel 9

Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 Week, 12 videos on Channel 9


The week of November 10th is Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 week on Channel 9! They will have 12 videos going live this week featuring interviews with various members of the Visual Studio and the .NET Framework product teams, including several screencast demonstrations of the latest bits.

Stay tuned to http://channel9.msdn.com/VisualStudio/ for all of the action. Here's the lineup:

Monday, November 10th:
- Visual Studio 2010 Overview with Jason Zander

Languages Day (Tuesday, November 11th):
- C# 4.0 Implementation and Design Questions
- VB 10
- C++ 10: 10 is the new 6

The IDE (Wednesday, November 12th):
- Being Code-Focused with Visual Studio 2010
- Test-Driven Development and Visual Studio 2010

Concurrency and Parallelism (Thursday, November 13th):
- Parallel Extensions in the .NET Framework 4.0
- Parallel Patterns Library (Native Parallelism)
- Parallel Debugging Tools in Visual Studio 2010

Web Tools (Friday, October 3rd):??? (probably a typo)
- Sharepoint Development with Visual Studio 2010
- Web Development and Deployment with Visual Studio 2010

3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

I've started to develop an interest in learning to take advantage of modern multi-core CPUs with threaded apps, concurrency strategies, etc.
I found a new book recently published by U.K. editor Packt Publishing, talking about exploiting multiprocessors in C# 2008 and 2005.
http://www.packtpub.com/beginners-guide-for-C-sharp-2008-and-2005-threaded-programming/book

Jim Bossocks said...

Anonymous, if you are a beginner with C# multicore programming, you should buy "C# 2008 and 2005 threaded programming" by Packt Publishing, author: Gaston Hillar.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/2008-2005-Threaded-Programming-Beginners/dp/1847197108/ref=tag_dpp_yt_edpp_rt

www.packtpub.com/beginners-guide-for-C-sharp-2008-and-2005-threaded-programming/book

You can also download the code samples from Packt's website. I do recommend the book for beginners and intermediate C# developers interested in multicore programming.

Cheers,

Jim (currently in Australia)