GusTheSadGeek said:When I compile using C# Express2005 beta I get an error - presumably because I am using dot net 2.0beta and I assume the code wants 2.0
If I upgrade to dot net 2.0 then C# Express2005 beta doesn't work !
Am I doing something wrong ?
Morten said:If you use the Express Beta, then you'll need to use the .Net Framework release too. (or whatever release the documentation for the particular release says)
If you want to you the relase of the .Net Framework 2.0, then you'll need the release of the Express edition too.
It's downloadable if you have a MSDN subscription ;-)
11. You said â€œfree for one yearâ€ â€” what does that mean, exactly? Will you be charging for this later?
We originally announced pricing of Visual Studio Express at US$49. We are now offering Visual Studio Express for free, as a limited-in-time promotional offer, until November 6, 2006. Note that we are also offering SQL Server 2005 Express Edition as a free download, and that this offer is not limited to the same promotional pricing period as Visual Studio Express.
12. Do customers who acquire the Visual Studio Express products during the free promotional pricing period have to pay after the first year if they want to continue to use them?
If you acquire Visual Studio Express products within the one-year promotional period, you will enjoy the rights granted in the applicable license at no cost for the term of that license.