by Carlos R
With Visual Studio 11, I feel that a lot of advancements are coming our way. It’s good that we are learning about it right now, so it might be easier for us to transition into the new version with more familiarity if any of us ever keep working with Visual Studio. I enjoy that there is going to be a lot of support for Metro style applications, because that’s what Windows 8 will be all about, and it is a good way for developers to try it out and see if Metro really is the future of Windows.
I really like Visual Studio for the fact that a lot of things are automatized. Creating a lot of the functionalities with Visual basic is as easy as dragging and dropping, and I find these features really useful. I hope that I can continue working with Visual Studio in the future and practice with it to improve my skills at coding.
Somasegar, S.. (September 30, 2011). Visual Studio 11 Programming Language Advances. In Somasegar’s Weblog. Retrieved March 5, 2012, from http://blogs.msdn.com/b/somasegar/archive/2011/09/30/visual-studio-11-programming-language-advances.aspx.