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Visual Studio 2010 Concept IDE

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These guys have it going on. They actually use design ideas that
Microsoft employees can drool upon.
Visual Studio 2010 Concept IDE
http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/Concept_IDE.asp

"Like a concept car strutting its stuff, the Visual Studio 2010 Concept
IDE is packed with over-the-top features and weird ideas. Tame as it may
look, this UI designed for one thing: jamming out code. Save the bizarre
Windows Media-esque skins for the punks, we’ve got work to do."
Jul 21 '05 #1
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The first thing that came to my mind when I took a look at this concept was
his obsession for statistics. For someone who say that he want « jamming
out code », he looks much more interested at contemplating what he have
already done (how many chars did I type, how many lines, how many files,
since when, where, for how long, etc.; all this with full graphical charts
whenever possible) then he is to write the next thing.

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These guys have it going on. They actually use design ideas that
Microsoft employees can drool upon.
Visual Studio 2010 Concept IDE
http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/Concept_IDE.asp

"Like a concept car strutting its stuff, the Visual Studio 2010 Concept
IDE is packed with over-the-top features and weird ideas. Tame as it may
look, this UI designed for one thing: jamming out code. Save the bizarre
Windows Media-esque skins for the punks, we’ve got work to do."

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Jabailo,

In China and the rest of that part of Asia they eat with sticks
In the USA with a fork
In Europe (official) with fork and knive (actually mostly only with a fork)
In a greath part of the world only with there fingers

It is not the best tool, however the tool that is the most comfortable to
use and that not differs to much from the one we are used to.

Just my thought,

Cor
Jul 21 '05 #3

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Cor Ligthert wrote:
Jabailo,

In China and the rest of that part of Asia they eat with sticks
In the USA with a fork
In Europe (official) with fork and knive (actually mostly only with a fork)
In a greath part of the world only with there fingers
So you're saying the rest of the world is going with Linux?

It is not the best tool, however the tool that is the most comfortable to
use and that not differs to much from the one we are used to.

Just my thought,

Cor

Jul 21 '05 #4

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In China and the rest of that part of Asia they eat with sticks
In the USA with a fork
In Europe (official) with fork and knive (actually mostly only with a
fork)
In a greath part of the world only with there fingers


So you're saying the rest of the world is going with Linux?

I don't think so in by instance Europe is Asterix much more favorite.

Cor
Jul 21 '05 #5

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