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 PostPost subject: [REQUEST] Visual Studio.NET, .NET Framework PDC2000 previews        Posted: Wed Jan 08, 2020 12:07 am 
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Sun Aug 12, 2012 4:33 pm


Microsoft apparently gave out an early preview of Visual Studio.NET and the .NET Framework to PDC 2000 attendees back in July 2000.

Microsoft wrote:
In his keynote address at the eighth Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) 2000, Paul Maritz, group vice president of the Platforms Group at Microsoft Corp., today announced the initial developer availability to PDC attendees of the Microsoft® .NET Framework and Visual Studio.NET for building, integrating and running next-generation, XML-based Web services. Visual Studio.NET, the latest version of the world’s most widely used development tools, provides native support for drag and drop development of Web services. Together, these two products provide developers with a high productivity, multilanguage environment to rapidly build, deliver and integrate Web services on the Microsoft .NET Platform.

AlphaBeta, stop brainwashing me immediately!


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