Please tell me the basic difference between dotnet 2008 and 2010(3.5 and 4.0)
Uh, where to start. Here is what I love:
and may others, look around on the net, there is a lot of information already.
I hope I'm not incorrectly reading jignesh's question, but I would have to assume that the linking of a ton of "What's New" pages is probably not what they wanted. I would think that they could have done a search and pulled up that much.
I think what they are looking for is more of a feel for what people can break down for them as a reason to or not to go with a particular version - personal experience, not press releases.
For me, I'd say the biggest things for me that make 2010/4.0 worth the trip are the changes that allow me to distribute a client application without needing the dnFx installed on a machine, the new GC, the crazy-cool "dynamic", and (sadly, yes) the multi-monitor support.
A simple google brings up...
There are probably a lot more things, the Framework is massive so changes which are interesting for person x might not be as important for person y.
built in MVC in visual studio 2010 !!!
In that case (lance may) I must say that my favorites are the dynamic also and the super great solution to multi-threading - the Parallel lib, its really awesome and fast! (nested parallels are not always faster BTW)
But I feel that @jignesh asked if there's a real difference in the engineering structure, how it works from behind, something someone from inside should say, after all decided that it's different enough that if you want 3.5 and 4 in the same machine you need to install them both.
Anyway I would love an answer to that if there is :)
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