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Greetings from snowy, beautiful Washington, DC where it takes the average person three hours to get into work.  Seems that when people come across frozen bridges, the first idea people get is to step on the brakes.  WHY???  Anyhow, that's a rant for another day.  The here and now focus is Visual Studio 2005 and 2008.

With the projects I've been doing lately, I haven't had the luxury to completely switch over to Visual Studio 2008 just yet.  There are a few things holding me back:
  • BizTalk 2006 R2 integration
  • SharePoint 2007 Web Part Projects
  • Resharper .NET 3.5 C# intellisense doesn't work
  • Performance concerns about some tests with WF workflow performance using while loops
That's just enough to keep all my legacy projects from moving over.  R# is a wonderful tool that I can't live without and not having Intellisense pick up properly is driving me nuts and giving me withdrawals. 

In the mean time, I'll have VIsual Studio 2005 and 2008 on the same box which of course takes up a lot of space.

So, what's the plan, when are they moving over?  Who knows?  Probably the next service pack?  Anyone move to 2008 with SharePoint yet? Posted on Wednesday, December 5, 2007 3:37 PM Microsoft , Visual Studio | Back to top

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