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Beth Massi is a Senior Program Manager on the Visual Studio team at Microsoft and a community champion for business application developers. Learn more about Beth.
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Jason Zander just announced the availability of Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1! The download is available today for MSDN subscribers and will be made available to the general public on Thursday March 10th.
This release addresses customer reported bug fixes as well as some feature updates. Some of my favorites are IntelliTrace support for 64-bit platforms as well as unit testing for SharePoint projects. There is also a much better help viewer included in SP1. Take a look at the full list of changes in the Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server knowledge base articles. Also see this important information on SP1 compatibility with other downloads and the SP1 Readme.
Compatibility Note: Be aware that if you’re evaluating LightSwitch Beta 1, do not install the Visual Studio 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) as these releases are not compatible. Please see the LightSwitch Team Blog for details. If you’ve already installed SP1 then to remove it, go to your Add/Remove Programs and uninstall it there. If you are still having problems, perform a Repair on LightSwitch Beta 1 and you should be up and running again. The LightSwitch team will be addressing this issue very soon with the release of LightSwitch Beta 2 so please stay tuned for more information.
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I didn't start this blog until March 2007 so that's as far back as it goes :-)
I need to program Bing Maps and I would like to do it with Visual Basic, ¿Could you give me any clue where should I start to learn?
"@I want to program in Bing Maps with Visual Basic"
You're best bet is to ask this question in the Bing Maps developer forum: