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My VS 2010 and .NET 4 Blog Series

I’ve been cranking away on a blog series the last few months that highlights many of the new VS 2010 and .NET 4 improvements.  The good news is that I have about 20 in-depth posts already written.  The bad news (for me) is that I have about 200 more to go until I’m done!  I’m going to try and keep adding a few more each week over the next few months to discuss the new improvements and how best to take advantage of them.

Below is a list of the already written ones that you can check out today:

Clean Web.Config Files

Starter Project Templates

Multi-targeting

Multiple Monitor Support

New Code Focused Web Profile Option

HTML / ASP.NET / JavaScript Code Snippets

Auto-Start ASP.NET Applications

URL Routing with ASP.NET 4 Web Forms

Searching and Navigating Code in VS 2010

VS 2010 Code Intellisense Improvements

WPF 4

Add Reference Dialog Improvements

SEO Improvements with ASP.NET 4

Output Cache Extensibility with ASP.NET 4

Built-in Charting Controls for ASP.NET and Windows Forms

Cleaner HTML Markup with ASP.NET 4 - Client IDs

Optional Parameters and Named Arguments in C# 4 - and a cool scenarios with ASP.NET MVC 2

Automatic Properties, Collection Initializers and Implicit Line Continuation Support with VB 2010

New <%: %> Syntax for HTML Encoding Output using ASP.NET 4

JavaScript Intellisense Improvements with VS 2010

Stay tuned to my blog as I post more.  Also check out this page which links to a bunch of great articles and videos done by others.


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