There needs to be a C9 store. I would love to have a nice polo with the Nine guy on the chest. Or a tshirt. Or something.
This is exactly what I thought when I saw the stuff which was C9 related @ PDC05!! I want not only polo, but caps, mugs, pens, C9 Guy limited edition gold and stuff like that. I 'd buy it whatever it cost!!
thanks a lot!! It was an amazing video! But could you guys post a photo screenshot (with a better resolution than the video) of your application? Because it's so good, we have to see this in good conditions. Great job!
thx for the end of the video!
I've a little question off topic, but it doesn't matter.
Is there any open space in MS?
in lots of companies developpers works in open spaces and we are not lucky enough to be alone in a small office...
The last one was very interesting, because it's better than using virtual desktops such as linux or Nvidia ones, because you can restore environment you used a few days ago.
So i don't think this sort of tool is only experimental, it can become very useful when you work on different stuff every day.
thnaks a lot for these videos, because for people who didn't have the opportunity to try VS.NET 2005 beta some functions were quite abstract.
I think lots of developer should thank MS to really listen to their requests because now we can have a real advantage when using MS softwares.
The code will be more secure (event if it's up to the developer) and for important projects tests would not be that complicated to implement...
For those who have problems understanding the prog manager, listen to rap music and it will become an habit! lol
Sorry if it's not the purpose of this thread, ut i've a question.
Is it possible to 'protect ' the interface produced in XAML.
For example in a company you did an application, and don't want users to modify it. Is it possible or do we only have to use c#, VB.Net... to create 'unmodifiable interfaces'?