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    Default .NET 3.5 is here!

    OK, .NET 3.5 is sort of here, but not quite. The betas for the .NET 3.5 releases of Visual Studio Express C#, VB, C++, and ASP.NET were released last month. If you want to develop using the new .NET 3.5 technology, you need to install one or more of these free betas. You can also download the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Beta 1 and .NET Framework 3.5 SDK separately.
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    Default Re: .NET 3.5 is here!

    Quote Originally Posted by JDMurray
    OK, .NET 3.5 is sort of here, but not quite. The betas for the .NET 3.5 releases of Visual Studio Express C#, VB, C++, and ASP.NET were released last month. If you want to develop using the new .NET 3.5 technology, you need to install one or more of these free betas. You can also download the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Beta 1 and .NET Framework 3.5 SDK separately.
    grrrrr..... I decided to put MCPD off until I finish MCSE (3 tests away) - by the time I finish MCPD enterprise, they will have published .net version 9
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    Although it seems there will be new exams for 3.5, they'll go through a beta phase first and they'll probably create an upgrade exam as well. I think the .NET 2.0 exams will be the ones to go for for a long time to come. I hope so considering James and I are working on some study material for it and I don't feel like moving to 3.0/3.5 specific topics like WPF etc myself yet either.

    The new express editions look cool though, I look forward to the final releases.
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    I hope so considering James and I are working on some study material for it and I don't feel like moving to 3.0/3.5 specific topics like WPF etc myself yet either.
    Waiting to see this material
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