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PIDKey is a lightweight and free database-based tool mainly used to test the validity of Microsoft Windows/Office/Visual Studio (and more) product keys in batch, made by Ratiborus and his friends from Russia. With it, we can say goodbye to the huge VAMT (Volume Activation Management Tool).
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BASIC (Beginner’s All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) is one of the most popular and widely used programming languages in the history of computing technology. Of course, the only BASIC-based languages still in production today are probably the cross-platform PureBasic and the classic, famous Visual Basic developed by Microsoft.
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Microsoft’s Visual Studio (written in C++ and C#) has always been the most powerful IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for C# development. Of course, nowadays, this most productive Visual Studio has also applied to the developments of Android, iOS, Windows, Web, and Cloud applications.
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At the Build 2015 developer conference, in addition to the release of Microsoft Edge browser and the preview version of the brand new Windows 10, the biggest surprise was the release of Visual Studio Code – a free, open-source and cross-platform code editor for programming modern Web and cloud applications. Its direct competitors are Sublime Text, Atom, Vim, Notepad++, Brackets, etc. In order to improve its competitiveness, it even provides keyboard shortcuts installation for them all.
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WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) is Microsoft’s user interface development framework based on Windows, belongs to part of the .Net Framework. It provides a unified programming model, languages and frameworks, indeed makes the interface design and the development work separate. Plus, WPF supports a brand-new multimedia interactive graphics user interface. As a major change in the Windows operating system, unlike the early GDI/GDI+, WPF is based on the DirectX engine that supports both software rendering and GPU hardware acceleration at the same time.
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MonoDevelop (AKA: Xamarin Studio) is a free, open-source and cross-platform C# & other .NET languages IDE for rapid development of desktop & web applications on Windows, Linux or Mac OS X, and easily porting .NET applications onto Linux or Mac OS X platform from Windows.
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For learning or formal development of C#, there are only two best IDE for choice at present: either the 10+ GB size of Visual Studio or SharpDevelop with only 10+ MB file size. The latter is an open-source IDE with layout similar to IDEA for Java and high flexibility & extensibility, which lets a user find everything new and fresh. It never wants to be an IDE that tries to support everything as Eclipse. Instead, it just gives you an interface, and you can do all the rest by yourself.
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