.NET Framework 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 development

Email Alerts

Register now to receive SearchWinDevelopment.com-related news, tips and more, delivered to your inbox.
By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Privacy
  • VS2003, VS2005 Service Pack release dates set

    A Service Pack for Visual Studio 2003 will come sometime in March, while the VS2005 SP is slated for the second half of 2006, developers learned at VSLive. 

  • MS offering sample source code in VS 2005 starter kits

    Microsoft is offering source code for a variety of different applications in downloadable Visual Studio 2005 Starter Kits. 

  • SearchVB.com presents: 2005 in review

    From the top stories of 2005 to the oddest, SearchVB.com was there to cover it. Here we present our year in review. 

  • Visual Basic 2005 explained in free MS Press book

    Anyone used to Visual Basic 6 will find Microsoft's free book, 'Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers,' interesting if not downright compelling. 

  • SearchVB.com's top 10 stories of 2005

    Our most popular stories from 2005 covered a lot of ground -- Visual Studio 2005, Visual Basic 2005, Avalon, ASP.NET and, of course, the future of .NET development. 

  • CodeSmith offers code generation, statement completion

    CodeSmith Tool's eponymous code-generation tool offers a variety of development timesavers, from template-based code generation to an extensible system. 

  • Visual Studio 2005 Powertoys, Part 1

    Here Ed Tittel describes several Powertoys, which are community-inspired widgets for Visual Studio developers. 

  • Ten essential Visual Studio add-ins

    Hello download fans. In this season of giving, we present 10 free VS add-ins, from a smart code paster to a tool for posting multi-colored code snippets into blogs, recommended by consultant James Avery. 

  • Customizing the My Namespace

    Out of the box encapsulated functionality is key to VB 2005. But most developers are going to want to look inside and customize something at one time or another, says Microsoft's Joe Binder. 

  • Microsoft offers free Visual Basic 2005 Express tool

    Microsoft has long pursued the hobbyist and student software community with inexpensive and easy-to-use development tools. It is redoubling that effort, rolling back pricing on its new Visual Studio Express tools line. For one year, Visual Basic, C# ...