Whidbey?

Discussion in 'MCAD' started by Sekhar, Dec 8, 2003.

  1. Sekhar

    Sekhar Guest

    Can anybody define the following buzzwords, which i am
    hearing these days?

    Whidbey
    WinFx
    Longhorn
    Yukon

    Thank u very much.
     
    Sekhar, Dec 8, 2003
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  2. Sekhar

    Grant Guest

    >Whidbey

    Next version of Visual Studio .NET

    >WinFx


    Dunno. Heard of it, but haven't looked into it yet.
    Google it.

    >Longhorn


    Next version of Windows

    >Yukon


    Next version of SQL Server
    >
    >Thank u very much.


    You're welcome. ;)
     
    Grant, Dec 8, 2003
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  3. Sekhar

    Sekhar Guest

    Thank you very much Grant..

    - Sekhar.
    >-----Original Message-----
    >>Whidbey

    >
    >Next version of Visual Studio .NET
    >
    >>WinFx

    >
    >Dunno. Heard of it, but haven't looked into it yet.
    >Google it.
    >
    >>Longhorn

    >
    >Next version of Windows
    >
    >>Yukon

    >
    >Next version of SQL Server
    >>
    >>Thank u very much.

    >
    >You're welcome. ;)
    >.
    >
     
    Sekhar, Dec 11, 2003
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  4. Sekhar

    Eric Guest

    >>Whidbey
    >
    >Next version of Visual Studio .NET


    Lots of cool enhancesments to C#, VB.NET, and the Visual Studio IDE.

    >>WinFx

    >
    >Dunno. Heard of it, but haven't looked into it yet.
    >Google it.


    This is the new Windows Filesystem based on technology from SQL
    Server. It supports searching and transactions. It will not cover the
    whole disk - only a subset under each user's home dir.

    >>Longhorn

    >
    >Next version of Windows


    Very radical. The screenshots make it look childish (and you though XP
    looks childish, wait until you see this!), but there's some real cool
    stuff under the hood. The XAML scripting langauge to define screen
    forms is one of the coolest things. There's also a new focus on Smart
    Client apps that are based on the priciple of zero-file deployment.

    >>Yukon

    >
    >Next version of SQL Server


    This is cool too! It lets you write code for stored procs using C# or
    VB.NET. You can store the assemblies in the database. Note that this
    does NOT replace T/SQL, but rather should be seen as an extension of
    T/SQL.
     
    Eric, Dec 11, 2003
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  5. Sekhar

    TT Guest

    WinFS is new File system for LongHorn


    >-----Original Message-----
    >
    >
    >Thank you very much Grant..
    >
    >- Sekhar.
    >>-----Original Message-----
    >>>Whidbey

    >>
    >>Next version of Visual Studio .NET
    >>
    >>>WinFx

    >>
    >>Dunno. Heard of it, but haven't looked into it yet.
    >>Google it.
    >>
    >>>Longhorn

    >>
    >>Next version of Windows
    >>
    >>>Yukon

    >>
    >>Next version of SQL Server
    >>>
    >>>Thank u very much.

    >>
    >>You're welcome. ;)
    >>.
    >>

    >.
    >
     
    TT, Dec 12, 2003
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