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apyds January 27th, 2016 08:55 AM

Using this book with versions other than Visual Studios Enterprise 2015
 
I bought this book and have been enjoying reading it for the past couple of days. What I note, however, is that at the beginning it says that the version of visual studio they are using is Visual Studio Ultimate 2015 (the top version seems to be VS Enterprise). I can't find that version of VS for sale anywhere? I am using Visual Studio Community at the moment.

The book seems to have been written before the release of VS 2015

The book states (and forgive me; being at work right now I do not have the book in front of me) that there are limitations on how many exercises in the book can be done with versions other than VS 2015 Ultimate.

Question is, how much can be done with VS Community? Where can I purchase the ultimate version and how much is it?

BenjaminPerkins January 27th, 2016 11:43 AM

Visual Studio 2015 version
 
Hi,
I know of no example in the book that requires the Enterprise versions so the free community version can be used to work through the examples in the book.
HTH, Benjamin

apyds January 27th, 2016 05:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BenjaminPerkins (Post 306450)
Hi,
I know of no example in the book that requires the Enterprise versions so the free community version can be used to work through the examples in the book.
HTH, Benjamin

Thanks Benjamin. I suppose all I was looking for (now that I am home and can actually reference the book) is a little clarity on where we are up to with regard to the note on the bottom of Chapter 1 Page 10 of the book. I appreciate that may have not been expressed very well with my original post.

However, as long as I can use the community version that is fine; so thank you.

Have just got to chapter 4. Still enjoying the book; not sure I am 100% with chapter 3 but think it will make more sense as I work my way through the rest of the book. Enjoyed chapters 1 and 2.


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