Somebody! Please help to start.
I didn't work for couple of years and now I found myself lost.
It looks like Microsoft changed their subscription packages.
What do I need to order or subscribe to get
C#.NET, VB.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET ???

Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect
Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer
Visual Studio .NET Professional

are the languages part of any of them or do I have to order them separately?

And I need MS-SQL Server with Database. Any suggestion on what to order?

>are the languages part of any of them
Yes.

>Any suggestion on what to order?
Go to the Visual Studio web site and compare features, then order what best fits your needs.

Somebody! Please help to start.
I didn't work for couple of years and now I found myself lost.
It looks like Microsoft changed their subscription packages.
What do I need to order or subscribe to get
C#.NET, VB.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET ???

Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect
Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer
Visual Studio .NET Professional

are the languages part of any of them or do I have to order them separately?

And I need MS-SQL Server with Database. Any suggestion on what to order?

C#.NET is a programming language that is mainly used with the .NET framework it was built for the framework. VB.NET is a language used to develop .NET applications with the traditional VB style. ASP.NET applications are web applications that you make using any of the CLR supported language in .NET, which is around 26. The most common for ASP.NET is C#, VB.NET, J#. ADO.NET is a database access layer for interacting with databases it is built into the .NET framework for all programming languages that are supported by the CLR.

VS.NET Enterpise architect is mainly for a person that is doing software architecture. It has a number of features that the others don't that is why it is the most expensive.

VS.NET pro and Ebterprise Developer are mainly for the general applications developers. Pro is based for the average program developer. Whereas Enterprise Developer is geard toward Enterprise level development.

If you are doing general programming I would suggest VS.NET Professional. C#, VB.NET are basically modules that are loaded into VS so and you get those in VS.NET pro and up.

In our field if you are not in touch with the technology for one year then you are lost.

Now Answer to your question is:
C#.net,VB.net,ASP.net etc. are part of Visual studio.net.
Go for Visual Studio.net 2005.
You will find everything you need there.

> Somebody! Please help to start.
> I didn't work for couple of years and now I found myself lost.
> It looks like Microsoft changed their subscription packages.
> What do I need to order or subscribe to get
> C#.NET, VB.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET ???

> Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect
> Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer
> Visual Studio .NET Professional

> are the languages part of any of them or do I have to order them > separately?

> And I need MS-SQL Server with Database. Any suggestion on what to > order?

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