Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 Six-in-One: Visual Studio, .NET, ASP.NET, VB.NET, C#, and F#

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Complete coverage of all key .NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 languages and technologies

.NET 4 is Microsoft's latest version of their core programming platform, and Visual Studio 2010 is the toolset that helps write .NET 4 applications. This comprehensive resource offers one-stop shopping for all you need to know to get productive with .NET 4. Experienced author and .NET guru Mitchel Sellers reviews all the important new features of .NET 4, including .NET charting and ASP.NET charting, ASP.NET dynamic data and jQuery, and the addition of F# as a supported package language.

The expansive coverage is divided into six distinctive parts for easy navigation, and addresses: Visual Studio 2010, .NET 4, ASP.NET, the C# language, the VB.NET language, and the new F# language. A practical approach and complete examples round out this much-needed reference.

  • Focuses on the new and important features of the latest version Microsoft's core programming platform-.NET 4-as well as Visual Studio 2010, which allows you to write .NET 4 applications
  • Provides comprehensive coverage divided into six parts: Visual Studio 2010, .NET 4, ASP.NET, the C# language, the VB.NET language, and the new F# language
  • Discusses Visual Studio snippets and templates, .NET charting components, the .NET framework and WPF, LINQ, and the Entity framework
  • Explores various aspects of Visual Basic 2010, such as multi-line lambdas, auto-implemented properties, nullable optional parameters, and more

This investigative look at .NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 will help you identify and isolate key elements that can benefit you immediately.

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About the author (2010)

István Novák is a Microsoft MVP in Visual C# and an associate of Grepton, a Hungarian IT services company.

András Velvárt is a Silverlight MVP, regular speaker at conferences, and the owner of Response Ltd., a consulting and WPF/Silverlight development company in Hungary.

Adam Granicz is the CEO of IntelliFactory, a leading provider of F# training, development, and consulting services. He is the coauthor of two F# books and a regular speaker at conferences.

György Balassy teaches webportal development as a lecturer on the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Since 2005 he is the Microsoft Regional Director in Hungary.

Attila Hajdrik is currently working for Eyedea Ltd., a small ISV specialized in RIA development.

Mitch Sellers is the CEO / Director of Development for IowaComputerGurus Inc. a consulting firm specializing in complete solutions based on the .NET platform.

Gaston Hillar (Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a frequent contributor to Dr. Dobb's Go Parrallel portal at (www.ddj.com/go-parallel) and he is a guest blogger at Intel Software Network (software.intel.com)

Agnes Molnar had been working with Microsoft technologies and SharePoint since 2001. She founded L&M Solutions, her own SharePoint consultant company in Hungary.

Joydip Kanjilal has been a Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET since 2007. He has over 12 years of industry experience in IT with more than 6 years in Microsoft .NET and its related technologies.

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