still needing to pass to 2008 but we'll skip, maybe, to 2012. We don't and can't use .NET so little difference is made, we still have to support win2k and XP so no big deal, but... in the time VS 2008 boots up I have already opened several VS6.
Also we'd need a hardware upgrade to run Win7 and that powerful stuff, we still go on with 1GB of ram (I have 2 because I robbed a PC that I requested as "extra"... until they ask it back I have taken also the 250 GB disk instead of the 80 GB built in. Yes it's stone age, no the management doesn't care).
Almost Each year I am up-grading my Visual studio, I agree that there are many new features implemented in each version and it will helpful for development but while understanding whole new features list, MS again introduce new Visual studio, eventually I need to upgrade that new version and Sometimes I think ....I am Wasting my time in up gradation rather than development
I like to stay a couple of years behind. Currently, I am upgrading a lot of our stuff to 4.5 framework and solutions to VS 2013. I don't like getting too far ahead so I don't waste time with things like WF and Silverlight.
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