.NET Framework 3.0 Final Released

Posted Thursday, November 9, 2006 8:37 AM by C-Dog's .NET Tip of the Day

I am a little late on this new, but the .NET Framework 3.0 has now been released. This is very cool because that means you can start building Windows Presentation Foundation application and people will actually be able to use them. On top of that you can start using Windows Communication Foundation (Indigo) to build a service oriented application. Oh yeah, if you are into Worfklow, there is that too. There are no changes to Windows Forms or ASP.NET applications in this version of the framework. It effectively sits on top of .NET Framework 2.0.

This also means that Windows Vista has gone to RTM. Expect to see it on MSDN within the next 7 days.

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0

There is also some e-learning stuff out there if you are interested.

.NET Framework 3.0 eLearning"

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