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  • Visual Studio Targets Many… Audience Feature Set Minimal Complete Hobbyist Enterprise Professional Team System Express
  • Visual Studio Targets Many… Audience Feature Set Minimal Complete Hobbyist Enterprise Professional Team System Express
  • The Four Pillars of VS2010 ‘Pro’ Audience Understanding The Code Building Web Applications Creating Office Business Applications Using The Power of C#, VB, F#, etc.
  • Huge List of New Features!
    • Breakpoint Labeling
    • Breakpoint Searching
    • Breakpoint Import/Export
    • Dynamic Data Tooling
    • WPF Tree Visualizer
    • Call Hierarchy
    • Improved WPF Tooling
    • Historical Debugging
    • Mini-Dump Debugging
    • Quick Search
    • Better Multi-Monitor Support
    • Highlight References
    • Parallel Stacks Window
    • Parallel Tasks Window
    • Document Map Margin
    • Generate From Usage
    • Concurrency Profiler
    • Inline Call Tree
    • Extensible Test Runner
    • MVC Tooling
    • Web Deploy
    • JQuery Intellisense
    • SharePoint Tooling
    • HTML Snippets
    • Web.config Transformation
    • Click-Once Enhancements for Microsoft Office
  • Two Faces of Visual Studio 2010 Visual Studio as An Editor Visual Studio as A Platform
  • … As An Editor An improved focus on… Writing code, Understanding code, Navigating code, Publishing code
  • … As A Platform New Extensible Editor allows editor to be easily extended to provide a rich and robust editing experience Online Visual Studio Gallery integrated directly into Visual Studio
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  • 3 Key Things…
    • How Visual Studio 2010 enables a powerful development experience through its many new features and improvements for developers
    • How improvements coming to the way developers can configure and deploy web applications.
    • What new features are coming to Visual Studio 2010
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  • Pin Your Project/s
    • Pin a project in Recent Projects on Start Page
  • Docking Windows
    • New Guide Diamond
    • Windows can be docked anywhere
    • Can now pull document windows outside the IDE
  • Zoom
    • CTRL + Mouse Wheel
    • New feature that enhances the size of your code
    • Very useful for pair programming (or similar scenarios)
  • Improved Toolbox
    • Search for controls while typing
    • Tab to navigate to next search result
    • Filtered toolbox would be nice
  • Box Selection / Entry
    • Add something on multiple lines
    • Click ALT and select your region
    • Not so useful
  • Quicker Add Reference
    • Add project by default
    • Other thread loads .NET and COM libraries
  • Highlighting References
    • CTRL+SHIFT+ DOWN ARROW (forward) CTRL+SHIFT+ UP ARROW (reverse)
    • Automatic highlighting of a symbol
    • Can be used with declarations, references, and many other symbols
  • Navigate To
    • CTRL + ,
    • Provides search-as-you-type support for symbols
    • Enables quick searching based on case usage
  • Call Hierarchy*
    • CTRL + K, T
    • Used to see calls to and from a method
    • Great way to see calls at design time
  • Generate from Usage
    • Used to automatically create stub code
    • Enables you to use classes and members before you define them
  • Improved Intellisense
    • Partial string matching
      • Build locates StringBuilder class
    • Pascal case searching
      • SB locates StringBuilder class
    • 2 to 5 times faster
  • Intellisense Suggestion Mode
    • CTRL + ALT + SPACE
    • Used when classes and members are used before they are defined
    • Helps to reduce situations where IntelliSense inserts unintended text into the editor
  • More Code Generation
    • VS2008: Generate methods
    • VS2010: Generate more (classes, structs, interfaces, enums, methods)
    • Great for Test-Driven Development
  • SSMS Inside VS 2010
    • SQL Management studio inside VS2010
    • Run T-SQL straight from VS2010
    • Including Intellisense
  • New Diagrams
    • Class diagram
    • Sequence diagram
    • Use case diagram
    • Activity diagram
    • Component diagram
    • Layer diagram
    • Direct Graph Document
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  • Breakpoints
    • Can add labels to breakpoints
    • All breakpoints are now searchable
    • Import / Export now available
  • Floating Data Tips
  • Threading
    • Completely redesigned threading window
    • Now provides filtering, call-stack searching and expansion, and grouping
    • New columns added:
      • Affinity masks
      • Process names
      • Managed IDs
  • Dumps
    • You can save a dump file and debug it later, either on the build computer or on another computer that has the source files and debugging symbols
    • Can read dump files that contain information about managed code, unmanaged code, or a mixture of both
  • Parallel Tasks and Stacks
    • Used to visualize and debug parallel code that is written in C++, C#, or Visual Basic
    • Using the Parallel Stacks window, you can view multiple call stacks at the same time in a single view
    • Parallel Tasks allow you to see multiple tasks and the corresponding status of those tasks
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  • Code Snippets
    • Snippets are now available in web applications
    • Two major contextual areas:
      • JavaScript
      • HTML
  • Code Snippets
  • Dynamic Intellisense for JavaScript
  • Web.config Transforms You can create configuration file transforms to modify your project's Web.config file to work with various deployment environments http:// blogs.msdn.com/webdevtools
  • One-Click Web Deployment
    • With Visual Studio 2010, MSDeploy is integrated directly into Visual Studio
    • Once you have your profiles configured, you can easily deploy to a given environment with a single click
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  • The Visual Studio Gallery http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com
  • New Extension Manager
    • Supports MEF components, VSPackages, project templates and item template
    • Download extensions from Visual Studio Gallery
  • Customizing the Start Page
    • Add custom WPF user controls to the start page
    • Integrate Company design guidelines, RSS, branding, etc..
  • Customizing the Start Page
  • Tips and Tricks*
    • Incremental search (Ctrl + I)
    • Line numbers
    • Full screen mode (Shift + Alt + Enter)
    • Customize startup
    • Ad-Hoc regions (Ctrl + M, H / U)
    • IDE Navigator (Ctrl + Tab)
    • Comment, Uncomment (Ctrl + K, C/U)
    • Opening old version of Visual Studio solution file
    • No Splash screen
  • Resources
    • What’s New in Visual Studio 2010 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb386063(VS.100).aspx
    • Visual Studio on MSDN http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio
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  • From There to Here… .NET 1.0 .NET 1.1 .NET 2.0 3.0 3.5 .NET 4 2002 2003 2008 CTP 2005-08 CLR 1.0 CLR 1.1 CLR 2.0 CLR 4 SP1
  • .NET Framework Architecture WPF Win Forms DLR ASP.NET WCF And more! LINQ Base Class Libraries Common Language Runtime JIT & NGEN Garbage Collector Security Model Exception Handling Loader & Binder
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  • Client Profile
    • Subset of the full .NET Framework 
    • Leveraged for faster deployments
    • Two Sections
      • Client Profile
      • Extended
    • Streamlined pieces of
      • Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
      • Windows Forms
      • Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)
      • ClickOnce
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  • Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
    • New Controls
      • DataGrid
      • Calendar
      • DatePicker
    • Visual State Manager
    • Touch and Manipulation
    • Text
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  • Pluralization & Foreign Keys
  • Model-First Existing Database Generated Entity Data Model Database First (v1) Entity Data Model Generated Database Model First (v2)
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  • Visual Basic
    • Auto-Implemented Properties
      • Shortened syntax that enables you to quickly specify a property of a class without having to write code
    • Collection Initializer
      • Shortened syntax that enables you to create a collection and populate it with an initial set of values
    • Implicit Line Continuation
      • Enables you to continue a statement on the next consecutive line without using the underscore character
    Public Property Owner As String = "DefaultName" Function AddStuff( ByVal first As Integer , ByVal second As Integer ) As Integer Return first + second End Function Public Property Items As New List(Of String) = { “M“ , “T“ , “W“ }
  • C#
    • Dynamic Type
      • Operations that contain expressions of type dynamic are not resolved or type checked by the compiler. The compiler packages together information about the operation, and that information is later used to evaluate the operation at run time
    • Optional and Named Parameters
      • Named arguments enable you to specify an argument for a particular parameter by associating the argument with the parameter's name rather than with the parameter's position in the parameter list.
      • Optional arguments enable you to omit arguments for some parameters. Both techniques can be used with methods, indexers, constructors, and delegates.
  • F#
    • IDE support for F#
    • Interactive F# for prototyping code
    • Asynchronous constructs
    • Parallel constructs
    • Immutable data types
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  • Model-View-Controller (MVC)
    • Huge investment from Microsoft
    • Alternative to WebForms
    • Modular Architecture
    • MVC 2.0 Integrated in .NET Framework 4.0
  • ASP.NET Webforms
    • Ability to set meta tags
    • More control over view state
    • Added and Updated browser definition files
    • ASP.NET Routing
    • The ability to persist selected rows in data controls
    • More control over rendered HTML in the FormView and ListView controls
    • Filtering support for data source controls
  • Dynamic Data
    • A RAD experience for quickly building a data-driven Web site
    • Automatic validation that is based on constraints defined in the data model
    • The ability to easily change the markup that is generated for fields in the GridView and DetailsView controls by using field templates
  • Resources www.microsoft.com/teched http://microsoft.com/technet
  • Resources www.microsoft.com/learning http://microsoft.com/msdn
  • Resources
    • .NET Developer Center http://msdn.microsoft.com/net
    • Data Developer Center http://msdn.microsoft.com/data
    • ASP.NET MVC http://asp.net/mvc
    • WPF and Windows Forms http://windowsclient.net
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  • Visual Studio 2010 Editions
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  • Software Requirements
    • Windows XP (x86) with Service Pack 3 - all editions except Starter Edition
    • Windows Vista (x86 & x64) with Service Pack 2 - all editions except Starter Edition
    • Windows 7 (x86 & x64)
    • Windows Server 2003 (x86 & x64) with Service Pack 2
    • Windows Server 2003 R2 (x86 & x64)
    • Windows Server 2008 (x86 & x64) with Service Pack 2
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64)
    • Supported Architectures:
    • 32-Bit (x86)
    • 64-Bit (x64)
  • Hardware Requirements
    • Computer that has a 1.6GHz or faster processor
    • 1 GB (32 Bit) or 2 GB (64 Bit) RAM (Add 512 MB if running in a virtual machine)
    • 3GB of available hard disk space
    • 5400 RPM hard disk drive
    • DirectX 9 capable video card running at 1024 x 768 or higher-resolution display
    • DVD-ROM Drive
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  • Getting in Touch
    • Abram
    • Blog: http://abramlimpin.com
    • Twitter: http://twitter.com/eibhrum
    • Email: [email_address]
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