I'm not going to believe WPF is dead until I get a copy of VS2012 which has been rewritten again, this time not to use WPF. WPF is core to Visual Studio, it can't be going away.
Just a software kind of guy.
If the script is running local and not being downloaded, then there is no excuse for Fugly looking source-code.
You'll prise my copy of StyleCop out of my cold dead hands
I'm going to wait till September to hear the full developer story before I start to mourn the passing of .NET/Silverlight and WPF.
I'm still hoping that Microsoft will make C# a first class "scripting" language for whatever hosting framework (IE?) is used to frame Windows 8 apps.
Jul 27, 2010 at 1:42 PM
Another great video. Love this more candid style.
Looking forward to trying out MVC 3
Hanselminutes on 9 - "Razor," IIS Express, SQL 4 Compact Edition and VS2010 Tooling with Damian EdwardsJul 14, 2010 at 5:29 AM
Another great video. Enjoyed it very much.
I'll add my voice for separation of IIS Express from Web Matrix, even though I'll probably have Web Matrix installed too.
Not my field of knowledge so a lot of what was said went way over my head, but I love the passion and knowledge that Corrinne shows. Wish I could get so excited about my own work.
Enjoyed this very much. I do love these behind the scenes looks where you see dev teams in their natural environment. Video and Audio quality were fine, although I was watching it from my IPod Touch.
More of these kind of informal videos would be very welcome.
Thanks for this. A most interesting video that has given me a lot of food for thought on my own build processes. Especially when it comes to quality control. I've read bits over the years about how Microsoft handle the build process and this has further added to my awe.
Any recommended reading or links that might give more insights into the build processes used by other Microsoft departments?