# Sunday, 02 April 2006

Visual Studio 2005 is a GREAT tool to use and code with. After using it for a while you really don't want to go back to any other IDE. Cause it allows a programmer to be really productive, with lots of time saving code generation tools and what not.

And there lies the problem, a lot of people just click click click to build their programs and never really go into understanding what the IDE did for them. What code was generated, what the code does, and most importantly what makes the code WORK. The thing is generated code can never be used in every single situation, if you do not understand how the generated code works, how are you going to change it or improvise on it to get it to do your bidding?


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