On November 19, 2007 Microsoft officially released the ASP.NET version 3.5, and ushered the developers into the .NET 3.5 era. Enhancements have been released across the platform, which would now mean I have to be quick enough to embark on the technology or be left out.
As many of us would expect the changes or features in the new version are additive. Nothing has been taken off from the 2.0 version, and nothing has been drastically modified. Like people coming from ASP.net 1.1 to 2.0, it was a complete shock. Quite a few things have been taken off, many of things modified, and very little if not, new things added. But this time, it seems Microsoft has been considerate with the developers. In short, ASP.net 3.5 does'nt take away or change anythingor even break any functionality, concepts, or code present in 2.0 - it just adds new types and features and capabilities to the framework.
So in short, it would be really wonderful coding and even better experience in debugging the applications using the new system. I have got hold of a beta version of the Visual studio 2008. Will be playing with it in some times from now, and will keep you all posted.
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