Slightly different: C-language programming in Visual Studio 2010

Slightly different: C-language programming in Visual Studio 2010

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Up to now, I have been focused on programming using the VS Express for Windows Phone.  But for something completely different, I thought that I would include a bit on the C-Language capabilities of Visual Studio.

I made a brief video on how to use C in Visual Studio.  It’s easy and FUN! (For some)

Get some popcorn, make sure to enlarge the video to full screen.

IF you want to speed up the whole deal (and why not) download this:

http://ecn.channel9.msdn.com/o9/ch9/8/9/5/6/5/5/VisualStudio2010CCCProgramming_ch9.wmv

Click on the recording and select speed, you can increase the speed of the recording. 

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  • Can this man get any more boring?

  • Yep, it's boring.  Thanks for the feedback.  Note, I did recommend that you download the wma and speed it up.

    But that's lame.  So I need to work on it.

    Thanks for the feedback Gareth!

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