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See screenshots here of VS Orcas in Vista Ultimate:
I didn't do anything, I just installed it as normal, clicking "Allow Access" as prompted. UAC is set in Vista Ultimate to "home" mode for networking. I'm GUESSING that Business etc... only allow the "Business" mode.
I installed, ran and am using Vista Ultimate with the self-extracting installer, not the VPC, without problems.
You even get previews in WPF on Vista as you navigate the Document Outline window and other areas.
I don't know why there are other problems, but I am using "Home" mode networking and security. I did NOTHING else to change the security settings.
Good call, these are great lectures. I've watched the first 5 or 6 lectures a couple of years ago when MIT first put up the OpenCourseWare site, but because I can't apply a lot of the concepts to my "real job code", and because I started to get lost (I couldn't get a decent interpreter installed to actually try this stuff out), I never finished. Now I get to try to put it into practice. F# looks simply perfect for this. C# perhaps, but that remains to be seen.
Seriously, I've contemplated going through every sample in the Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs in turn and try to make C# and F# versions. Perhaps I'll be ambitious enough to try if I can ever I get this Orcas May CTP VPC image decompressed (6GB!).
cescotto wrote: Piece after piece Apple is slowly going to take over every segment of the digital market and at the end, if MS won't get a move, they'll start eating up the desktop market too.
How does the iPhone translate to higher iMac sales?
Escamillo wrote:Anonymous methods are great in C# 2.0. Is type inference the main thing that lambda provides over anonymous methods, or is there something more (not that type inference is a trivial thing)?