Mind Map of C# and .NET

I’ve been recently playing around with XMIND, reputedly the most popular mind mapping software and so far, I really like it.

To test it out and help me learn more about .NET, I decided to create a mind map of how Visual Studio, C# and the .NET frameworks have changed over time with respect to features.

All in all, it has taken a little while because whilst XMIND is certainly powerful, it can be a little tricky at placing nodes, though I accept it might be user error!

Anyway, here is what I produced using the excellent resources at Jon Skeet’s blog and an article from CodeProject. My version includes Visual Studio 2013 which Jon hasn’t updated as of yet,

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You can find my original XMIND file here.

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Written by Stephen Moon
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