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SpaceCowboy706

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Has anyone tried out the beta version of visual studio 2005... Mine is in the mail from microsoft now and i am curious as to what all it offers for building programs...
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I use it an like it very much! I am much into programming and a big computer geek. I build computers, fix them, make software, make websites. I like it very much. You can build some great applications from it!

Good luck :tazz:
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I am learning programming from my work and they reccomended this program to practice.... is it good for someone learning or idoes it require alot of prior knowledge about visual basic....
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It comes with tutorials and more to get you started. Buy a few books...... you should be ready.
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