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Visual Studio .NET

Visual Studio is a complete suite of tools for building both desktop and team-based Enterprise Web applications. In addition to building high-performing desktop applications, you can use Visual Studio's powerful component-based development tools and other technologies to simplify team-based design, development, and deployment of Enterprise solutions.

In the Visual Studio Documentation

Introducing Visual Studio .NET
Find out more about what's new in Visual Studio, learn more about the .NET Framework, and find pointers on how to get started with this version of Visual Studio.
Getting Assistance
Find out about accessibility features, the location of readme files, product support numbers, and tips for using the online documentation.
Samples and Walkthroughs
Find out about the latest updates in the Duwamish Online and Fitch and Mather sample applications.
Developing with Visual Studio .NET
Find out about designing, developing, debugging, testing, deploying, and managing applications created with Visual Studio.
Visual Basic and Visual C#
Find out about what's new in Visual Basic, learn more about Visual C#, and discover how to use Visual Basic and Visual C# to develop applications.
Visual J#
Find out about Visual J#, a tool that Java-language programmers can use to build applications and services to run on the .NET Framework.
Visual C++
Find out about what's new in Visual C++ and discover how to use Visual C++ to develop applications.
JScript
Find out about JScript .NET, a true object-oriented scripting language.
.NET Framework
Find out about the .NET Framework Software Development Kit (SDK), which allows developers to build Web-based applications and services that take advantage of the new .NET Framework technology.

Additional Information

Visual Studio .NET SDK
Find out about the new Visual Studio Software Development Kit (SDK), which provides extensibility options and toolkits.
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