Visual Studio 2005 Learning Guide

We've added a plethora of articles, tips, book excerpts and other references to this learning guide, which dives deeply into Microsoft's IDE for application development.

It has been one year since Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft's IDE for application development, was unveiled to the world. In the months since its release, we have learned much more about how Visual Studio 2005 interacts with ASP.NET 2.0, Microsoft Office, Team System and Windows Vista. Numerous development tricks and timesavers have also emerged.

This updated Visual Studio 2005 Learning Guide offers a plethora of articles, tips, book excerpts, downloads and other helpful resources. If you'd like to submit additional resources for this Learning Guide or suggest topics for a new one, please send us an email and let us know.

   TABLE OF CONTENTS   

   Visual Studio 2005 Quick Start
   Visual Studio and the .NET Framework
   Creating Rich UIs: Office Development
   Working Together: Team Development
   Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0
   Visual Basic 2005 and beyond
   Working with Code Snippets in VS 2005
   Developing for Windows Vista
   Database Programming with SQL Server 2005
   Visual Studio 2005 Forums
   VISIT OUR OTHER LEARNING GUIDES

Visual Studio 2005 Quick Start  Table of Contents

Visual Studio and the .NET Framework  Table of Contents

Creating Rich UIs: Office Development  Table of Contents

Working Together: Team Development  Table of Contents

Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0  Table of Contents

Visual Basic 2005 and beyond  Table of Contents

Working with Code Snippets  Table of Contents
One of Visual Studio 2005's many new features is IntelliSense Code Snippets, which provide a way for you to insert ready-made snippets of code into your projects. These snippets are available out of the box for Visual Basic, while C# code snippets can be downloaded here.

Developing for Windows Vista  Table of Contents

Programming with SQL Server 2005  Table of Contents

Visual Studio 2005 Forums  Table of Contents

This was first published in November 2006

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