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Microsoft to release .NET Framework Source Code

Microsoft to release .NET Framework Source Code

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I saw this today and it inspired me to really get back on the blogging horse: Scott Guthrie reported yesterday that with .NET 3.5, Microsoft will begin releasing source code for the .NET framework including debug support in Visual Studio 2008. This means that developers can actually step into code that resides inside the base-class (and other) framework libraries to see how things are implemented, track your object state etc.

This will not only be a lot of fun, but will be educational for developers to look at the guts of the framework. I am really looking forward to playing with this…

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