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I just got the book today and when I downloaded the code, noticed it uses solutions created with vs 2008. Are there any vs 2010 converted solutions availbale? I am using vs2010. Thanks.
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Hi there,

I think the main reason for that is that by supplying 2008 solutions, more people have easy access to the solutions (2008 solutions can be opened in VS 2008 and VS 2010) without maintaing two separate versions of the projects and solutions.

You should be able to simply open them, hit convert, and you're good to go.

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I tested all the code with Visual Studio 2010 and it all worked bar three exceptions that were to do with the MVC framework where a method signature had changed between versions 1. 0 and 2.0. If you have any trouble after converting just post here.
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