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Microsoft Releases Development Tool for Non-Developers

Have you ever wanted to write code all night long, give up all hope of dating, wear ironic t-shirts and be a PhD-level expert on Battlestar Galactica? Well, Microsoft's Visual Studio LightSwitch might not help you do all that, but it'll get you started on the right path by making a developer out of you, even if you don't have development skills. Skittles and Mountain Dew are not included.

Posted by Lee Pender on August 05, 2010 at 11:56 AM


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