Microsoft expands Visual Studio and SQL Server to the non-programmers, hobbyists, and students with simplified, low-cost to no-cost versions.
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Learn you can use Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 and Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 to reduce complexities and costs from your development and test cycles. This article shows how you can run multiple virtual machines on your physical machine, whether on your desktop or on your server.
Learn to start developing for the PocketPC and other mobile devices using Visual Studio .NET 2003.
Make changes to any part of your application design at any point of your development lifecycle without breaking the build or re-writing the application.
A quick glance about the various editors available for programming with C#
Learn about some of the different compilers available for programming with C#
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Go hands on in using each of the standard library's five sequence containers.
Continuing this series on .NET controls, Part 3 will talk about ListBoxes.
Here's a beginner-level discussion of using checkboxes in your .NET programming.
Explore how to create and use a Ubuntu virtual machine.