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My life in hell with VS 2005

OK the title is really strong but with all the annoying issues I have with web projects in VS 2005, I decided to record in an article all the bad and ugly I found when migrating my projects.
I will post hopefully this on a regular basis, and my wish is to use that as a live journal for people who have also the same issues but don’t/can’t blog about it.
Of course I hope also to find positive comments and solutions which will prove helpful for everybody.

Posted: Nov 22 2005, 06:55 PM by help.net | with 4 comment(s)
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Paschal said:

Hi Scott

My intention is to report for people like me alone in their corner how cool but hard it is to move to VS 2005. Writing an article is a good way to not repeating myself on a daily new post.
I already started my list and I will appreciate your feedback there :-)
The product is surely great but not easy!
# November 22, 2005 2:11 PM

Mick Jones said:

Why don't you spend some time learning the tools and the technology before mouthing off everytime?
# November 22, 2005 3:45 PM

Paschal said:

Mick sorry for you dude but I learn this tool since a year, but it's really the first time I have the occasion to use it on a real project. Check the article and other than licking Microsoft boots, try honestly to help here and we'll talk!
I am really tired of all this political correctness we need to have. Why on hell I have to spend so many times to move from one version to another. I rather prefer to work on new features than having those stupid stopovers.
# November 22, 2005 3:56 PM

Dave said:

All I can says is, thanks. I don't intend to use vs2005 until at least the first service pack is released. Please keep pointing out problems. Maybe they will be fixed when I'm ready to come on board.
# November 22, 2005 7:00 PM