.NET Framework 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008 SP1 released!1 Comment
It’s awesome how fast time goes, a year ago, I was playing with .bat files (like putting messages in the autoexec.bat file), a month ago, I was building applications to do my accounting homework at highschool using C++ Builder, a week ago, I was making simple games with Visual Basic 6 and then working with the same tool, yesterday, I was trying to learn the big .NET Framework 1.1 and fighting against ADO.NET (20 lines to do the same thing that I used to do with three lines in ADO 6!), an hour ago, I was building ASP.NET 2.0 web sites and envying the toys from the RoR and J2EE guys, now, a minute ago, I helped to create the Training Kit for the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 that seconds ago was released the final version.
A bunch of exiting things are included in the .NET Framework SP1 like:
- ASP.NET MVC Framework
- ASP.NET Dynamic Data
- ADO.NET Entity Framework
- ADO.NET Data Services
- WCF Web Programming Model (RESTful services)
- Improved AJAX Support
- …and much more
You can get the bits at:
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