Your first experience with Visual Studio (VS) 2010 is often installation. As with most
software, VS is rather easy to install; this chapter describes the installation process
and gives you tips to help understand available options. Once installation is complete,
you’ll open VS for the first time and need to know how to navigate the VS environment;
this chapter gives you a high-level view of how VS is organized, how to find the features
you need, and how to work with windows. Finally, you’ll learn how to find the different
application types that VS helps you build.
Together, Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, Visual Studio Test Professional 2010, Lab Management 2010, and Team Foundation Server offer Microsoft developers the most sophisticated, well-integrated testing solution they’ve ever had. Now, Microsoft MVP and VS testing guru Jeff Levinson shows exactly how to use Microsoft’s new tools to save time, reduce costs, and improve quality throughout the entire development lifecycle.
Chapter I Framework and C# Overview
Part 1: NET Framework
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
CLR, FCL, CTS Namespace Managed code Garbage collection .NET framework architecture
Part 2: C# overview
.NET 3.5 (Nov-2007) VS.NET 2008 Default: Windows 7
.NET 2.0 (Nov-2005) VS.NET 2005 .NET 3.0 (Nov-2006) Default: Windows Vista, Server 2008 .NET 1.1 (Apr-2003) VS .NET 2003 Default: Server 2003
What is the .NET framework