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Chat: The C# IDE, January 12th @ 1pm Pacific Time

The C# IDE
"Code snippets, enhanced intellisense, type colorization, refactoring,
improved code navigation, metadata as source, Edit and Continue! There are
so many great new C# IDE features in Visual Studio 2005 - there's a lot to
talk about! Or perhaps you have a question about the future? It's your
choice! Join the C# IDE team for a chat completely directed by your
questions."

Visual Studio 2005 is out! If you already use it, show up to learn how to
use it better or to understand our rationale for including a particular
behavior. If you don't already use it, show up and learn about all the great
reasons you should! We'll see you there!

The official chat schedule entry:The chatroom itself. Mark your calendar
with this iCalendar (.ics) file. All upcoming developer chats.

[check my chats category for the next C# chat]
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