I am currently have Visual Studio.NET 2003 Enterprise Edition (.NET framework 1.1). Now I want to upgrade to Visual Studio.NET 2005 (.NET framework 2.0). Which product do I want to use? Look like Microsoft Don't have 2005 Enterprise Edition. http://www.microsoft.com/products/in...9-91f37258ca2f
I am planning to use VB.NET 2005, C#, ASP.NET 2.0 (Web app).
Which product do I need to buy? the VS.NET 2005 Standard or Professional or ???
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