Tuesday, August 31, 2004


Attended a presentation on Visual Studio .Net today. The three small PC programming areas in our Department recently decided that Visual Studio .Net is the direction we are headed for much of our PC programming development. It is just a progression of the VB and .asp development that we have been doing. The other two groups have already purchased Visual Studio .NET Professional. I have my request in for MSDN Universal Subscriptions as they allow one a lot more freedom for the developer as well as the additional tools.

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