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There’s some changes coming to the MSDN library and documentation. Kathleen posted about the new views available on the MSDN library which include a Lightweight view, ScriptFree view and a Classic view. She’s also got a short Channel 9 interview with the senior development lead on the library team who demonstrates them so check it out!
We’ve also got a webcast scheduled at 10AM PST today -- Lap around the Visual Studio 2010 documentation – hope you can join us and ask questions.
I just migrate my app to VS 2008 and now comes VS 2010.Could you help me shorten the understanding of the concept of working in the IT world?specifically for n-tier app.or maybe there example that I can learn. Thanks.
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VS 2010 is still in Beta so VS 2008 is very much current! You can definitely use your VS 2008 knowledge as you work into VS 2010 so don't worry.
Regarding n-tier, check out the 2nd edition of the Patterns and Practices guide on Microsoft Application Architecture here:
I've read the first edition in 2002 but not this one. However the first edition really helped me put all the pieces together in the .NET world.
This MSDN documentation is also handy:
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