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QuestionTwo questions germane to a specific article(s) in progress Pin
BillWoodruff11-Aug-12 5:28
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Hi,

1. I am using VS Studio 2012 RC: can I reliably assume that all examples I compile against Framework 3.0, are going to be usable (assuming I am using zero new features of C# post FrameWork 3.0).

And, yes, of course, I will test the code to make sure, but I'm just curious to know what you would expect. Since my hard-disk crash and system restoration, I haven't bothered to re-install my copy of VS 2010 Pro.

2. My goal is to write what is essentially a "Tutorial" that will take newcomers to WinForms from "soup to nuts," via starting out "simple," and then, gradually, adding on levels of complexity.

At the same time, I hope that the final outcome (the final project) will be useful, and interesting, to advanced WinForm programmers: at least reflect some "novel" ways of approaching certain tasks.

I am debating right now whether this should be one article, with carefully "moving toward more depth" "segments" ... and each segment accompanied by a complete downloadable zipped solution.

My concern is: that if I separate this out into a series of articles, the chunks, segments, whatever, may not have really enough "meat on the bone" (content), to "measure-up" to what I consider the standards for a stand-alone CP article.

~

I would appreciate your opinions, ideas, reactions, particularly to issue number two.

thanks, Bill
"Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real." Niels Bohr

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