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luglio 2015 Blog Posts

New article series about Visual Basic 2015

I've started a new article series about Visual Basic 2015. More specifically, there are three new articles about the new code focused experience in VB and the .NET Compiler Platform. You might find the articles on the InformIT web site: Part 1 - The code focused experience in Visual Basic 2015 Part 2 - Live Code Analysis with Visual Basic 2015 Part 3 - Creating custom refactorings with VB 2015 (coming soon) Enjoy! Alessandro

posted @ martedì 14 luglio 2015 12:45 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Basic Visual Studio 2015 ]

My book Visual Basic 2015 Unleashed available for pre-order

I'll be writing a more detailed post with sample contents, however this is to inform you that my new book Visual Basic 2015 Unleashed can be pre-ordered on Amazon. There's a lot of new stuff that you might want to check out as a VB developer, such as Windows 10 development, .NET Compiler Platform (project "Roslyn"), and of course all the new language features. Check it out! Alessandro

posted @ martedì 14 luglio 2015 12:41 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Basic Visual Studio 2015 ]

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