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  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LXII

    Welcome to the sixty-second community convergence. This is the RC release issue with links to the latest Visual Studio code. The RC Release of Visual Studio 2010 Jason Zander on the Visual Studio 2010 Release. The F# February 2010 Release Iron Python 2.6.1 RC Now Available IronRuby 1.0 Release Candidate...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LXI

    Welcome to the sixty-first community convergence. I’ve highlighted three new articles by HimaBindu Vejella on IDE enhancements, some articles by C# team member Eric Lippert, and one by Jason Zander, the General Manager for Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 IDE Enhancements: Part...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LX

    Welcome to the sixtieth community convergence. I’m going to continue to keep this short, but I plan to update more frequently. Eric Lippert: Why are unused using directives not a warning? Sam Ng: The Pain of deploying Primary Interop Assemblies Scott Hanselman: DynamicQueryable makes custom...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LIX

    Welcome to the fifty-ninth Community Convergence – now shorter than ever! Below you will see the top links for this week. Alexandra Rusina   Getting Information About Objects, Types, and Members with Expression Trees Eric Lippert What’s the difference between a destructor and a finalizer? Continuing...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LVII

    Welcome to the fifty-seventh issue of Community Convergence. In this post I’ll focus on new articles from the C# team, as well as events taking place at PDC. From the C# Team Eric Lippert Closing over the loop variable considered harmful Three Umpires   (The Compiler Calls ‘em as it Sees ‘em) Simple...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LVI

    Welcome to the fifty-sixth community convergence. As you probably know by now, Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 has been released on MSDN and will be available to the general public on Wednesday, October 21, 2009. I’ve worked with the team to create a wide range of technical material designed to support this...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LV

    Welcome to the fifty-fifth release of Community Convergence. The big news this week is the release of an updated version of CodeRush Xpress , version 9.2. This upgrade to the popular set of free enhancements to the VS IDE has important performance and memory improvements. You might also be interested...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LIV

    Welcome to the fifty-fourth edition of Community Convergence. The number of posts from the C# team is a bit sparse right now since so many folks are heads down on C# 4.0. There was a little flurry of excitement among some of us on the team when Soma posted on new features in C# 4.0. We’ve received word...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LIII

    Welcome to the fifty-third edition of Community Convergence. Here at Microsoft the C# team is still busy polishing C# 4.0 so that is shines and glistens. Below I provide some links to recent articles of interest by C# team developers, other Microsoft employees, and community members. Included is a fun...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LII

    Welcome to the fifty-second release of Community Convergence. In this issue, I provide a series of links to C# team blog posts, and to other posts that might be of interest to C# developers. Team Posts Eric Lippert What's the difference, part one: Generics are not templates What's The Difference, Part...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LI

    Welcome to the fifty-first edition of Community Convergence. In this post I’m simply going to highlight some of the great blogging activity produced by our team in recent weeks. Eric Lippert has been wonderfully productive. I’m beginning to wonder if we shouldn’t simply dedicate an entire section of...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence L

    Welcome to the 50th issue of Community Convergence. Now that Visual Studio 2010 Beta is out, I think it might be helpful to draw attention to the new dynamic programming and office development features from the C# team that appear in that release. The C# team defines the core syntax found in C# 4.0,...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLIX (IL)

    Welcome to the 49th edition of Community Convergence. The big excitment of late has been the recent release of the Visual Studio 2010 Beta . If you have downloaded it yet, you should waste no time in heading over to the product page and downloading the files. As usual for betas of this type, I would...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLVIII

    Welcome to the 48th Community Convergence. The C# team continues to work hard to get out the next version of C#, and to add improvements to the Visual Studio 2010 IDE. Working long, fruitful hours on these rainy Washington State January days and nights, the engineers on our team are doing a great job...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLVII

    Welcome to the 47th Community Convergence. We had a very successful trip to PDC this year. In this post I’ll outline some of the highlights, and give you a chance to share in some of the excitement by linking to online versions of the talks from the C#, VB, IronRuby, IronPython and F# teams. Speakers...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLVI

    Welcome to the forty-sixth Community Convergence. There are three upcoming events for members of the C# team. The most important, PDC , will be held in Los Angeles over the week of October 26. The weekend before the conference, there will be a Code Camp in Los Angeles . One week after the PDC, there...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLV

    Welcome to the 45th Community Convergence. I recently reached the two year mark here at Microsoft, and that means it is probably time for me to run some changes on my now familiar routines. In this post I'll begin that process by taking Community Convergence in a new direction. In the past, this column...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLIV

    Welcome to the forty-fourth Community Convergence . I want to remind every one that the C#, VB and dynamic language teams are still hiring . If you are an expert manager, developer or test engineer, please look at our listings and see if there is a place where you might belong. This is an excellent opportunity...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLIII

    Welcome to the forty-third issue of Community Convergence. The last few weeks have been consumed by the 2008 MVP Summit . During that annual event about 150 C# MVP s and many MVP s from other disciplines descend on Redmond for a technical summit accompanied by fun and games at local restaurants and hotels...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLII

    Welcome to the forty-second issue of Community Convergence. The last few weeks have found me working hard and late. We have had a successful internal C# community review, and that means I have been gathering statistics on all the projects we've been working on for the C# Community. I now have a deep...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XLI

    Welcome to the forty-first Community Convergence. The big news this week is that we have moved Future Focus , our peek at features that might appear in the next version of Visual Studio, to the Code Gallery . To seed our efforts on this new platform we have a new post on our plans for the IDE. This post...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XL

    Welcome to the fortieth issue of Community Convergence. This week we have two new releases of note: We have created a new regular post called Future Focus that is designed to keep the community aware of the C# Team's long term plans for the language. The first Future Focus post covers a C# Language feature...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XXXIX

    Welcome to the XXXIX issue of Community Convergence. The big news this week is that Microsoft has begun releasing source code for the .NET Framework libraries. Shawn Burke explains how to configure Visual Studio so that you can step into the source. The first step is download the hot-fix with the romantic...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XXXVIII

    Welcome to the thirty-eighth Community Convergence. These posts are designed to keep you in touch with the activities of the C# team. We have a new blogger. Ed Maurer is the Compiler Dev Lead for the C# team. He's going to be blogging about the compiler, and starts us off with a look at one of its new...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XXXVII

    Welcome to the thirty-seventh edition of Community Convergence. Visual Studio 2008 has been released into the wild, and the next version of Visual Studio is just starting to show the first stirrings of life. This is a time when a number of team members are on vacation, in transition to another team,...
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