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Visual studio 'Orcas'

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I have just installed Visual Studio c++ Express 2005 and all the relevant SDKs and tweaks to make it run win32 apps, after doing all that I stumble across, Visual studio Express c++ codename 'Orcas'. Would it be wise to forget about 2005 and start using orcas instead and be up to date or should I get to grips with the old version first? There seems to be so much to learn when starting out, the fact that computing technology moves so quick doesn't help much either. cheers, Gareth.

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Would it be wise to forget about 2005 and start using orcas instead

No. It's currently in beta, and won't be out for several months. And very little will change from 2005 with respect to its C++ stuff. Settle down and use what you have.

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