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Visual Studio is the number one tool for Microsoft developers, whether you're targeting mobile devices or desktops. Get comfortable in this full-featured development environment and learn how to create a variety of projects, from websites to rich Internet applications. Author Walt Ritscher helps you dive deep into the basics of creating and debugging applications with Visual Studio, including configuring Visual Studio to support C#, Visual Basic, ASP.NET, and many other languages.
(music playing) I'm Walt Ritscher, and I want to welcome you to my Visual Studio 2012, Essential Training series. If you write code for a Microsoft platform like ASP.net, Windows phone or Windows desktop, you should be using Visual Studio. This amazing product contains every conceivable tool you need to be a productive developer. In this course, I'll start by exploring the giant list of project types in visual studio.
And show the editors for C Sharp, Visual Basic, and other programming and markup languages. Next, I'll look at the code editors and how to customize them to make you more productive. You'll see how to break point your code for debugging purposes, and explore important status windows like the watch, threads and call stack windows. Finally, we'll take a tour of the various designer windows which help build UI front ends for your application. So let's exploring Visual Studio 2012.
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