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Default The Visual Studio 2012 interface

I just got finished installing the new Visual Studio 2012 on my PC at home. The interface is different from 2010 and that is putting it somewhat mildly. It is same but different from Visual Studio 2010. It will take some getting used to. It will be a daunting challenge to learn this new interface. Curious??>>Did you yourself have to spend time with it and struggle your way through it too just like everyone else or is just the rest of us here in the Wrox student learner community that are having this perspective?
Does your new book have sections or information on what is new with Visual Studio 2012 and what are the new features and the new way things are done from previous versions of Visual Studio 2012 like say Visual Studio 2010 and 2008?

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I guess what I was asking do you think we like Visual Studio 2012 once we get into it or do you think that we will all be getting frustrated, going crazy or pulling out our hair?
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I'm finding VS2012 to be much more intuitive and easy to use than vs2010.
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>> It will be a daunting challenge to learn this new interface.

I really like it, and Visual Studio 2010 now even feels old when I work with it.... ;-) I think you'll pick it up quite quickly; most of it is still the same, and in the same place; for many areas of web development it's just the skin / look and feel that's different.

Looking forward to hearing what you think in a couple of weeks....

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