A Separate .NET 3.0 and What it Means

Ricky Tan of Microsoft’s MSDN Blogs hints at an RTM within two months for the new .NET Framework 3.0, and leaves us to wonder just what that means for the .NET Developers out there. For those of you that haven’t heard, Microsoft .NET 3.0 Framework is the new name for WinFX and .NET 2.0 bundled together.

Assuming you’ve read the links above, the obvious question is whether or not this is a good thing. If it were a simple announcement stating that “.NET 3.0 won’t RTM with Vista” we can tell you that the community would be in an uproar given Vista’s spotty track record. But this is actually really good news.

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