okay, i’ve posted about these before, but here’s a final consolidated place to get some of the information.
if you aren’t in a “key city” launch area, rest assured, the MSDN and TechNet team will be coming to a city near/around you… check out the information at
on some level i like to think i had input on getting this feature in:
the “publish” link is for those who want the precompilation option. prior to RC (in beta2) it was hidden more than a few clicks away — which was a shift from those used to the right-click “build” option in today’s asp.net projects…
so if you are looking for the precompile option — it’s at your fingertips now.
saw this good explanation of some of the new v2 collection/generics and the definition of different implementations.
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