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Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Fifth Edition by Andrew Troelsen

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2.6. Building .NET Applications Using Visual Studio 2010

If you are a professional .NET software engineer, the chances are extremely good that your employer has purchased Microsoft's premier IDE, Visual Studio 2010, for your development endeavors (http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio). This tool is far and away the most feature-rich, enterprise-ready IDE examined in this chapter. Of course, this power comes at a price, which will vary based on the version of Visual Studio 2010 you purchase. As you might suspect, each version supplies a unique set of features.

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There is a staggering number of members within the Visual Studio 2010 family. My assumption during the remainder of this text is that you have chosen to make use of Visual Studio 2010 ...

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