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Fabrice wrote: When you master one tool, moving to another one is sometimes frustrating : if I look at my students they have some difficulties to move from Jetbrains IntelliJ to VisualStudio (from Java to C#), and the difficult point is not the language :)
ShortCuts, Menus, ... are so different :)
If your students like Jetbrains IntelliJ then you can try Jetbrains Rider for c# instead of VS... I hear great things about Rider and your students probably have access to the full Jetbrains Suite with an academic licence.
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Fabrice
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Hi Volkmar,
you are totally right, but I must admit that I have habits with VS :) , and as I am the teacher, I choose the IDE ;)
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Hi Fabrice,
Fabrice wrote: you are totally right, but I must admit that I have habits with VS :) , and as I am the teacher, I choose the IDE ;)
Hehe, I would had organized a class riot if I was a student in your class ;)

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