.NET Framework 3.5 didn't have a portable profile. Do you have this problem within Visual Studio 2010? I noticed once I installed Visual Studio 2012 on my own computer, the .NET Framework 3.5 was actually removed, likely because .NET 4.5 contains it.
Visual Studio 2010 comes with .NET Framework 4 and supports developing applications targeting Windows 7. It supports IBM Db2 and Oracle databases, in addition to Microsoft SQL Server. It has integrated support for developing Microsoft Silverlight applications, including an interactive designer. Visual Studio 2010 offers several tools to make parallel programming simpler: in addition to the Parallel Extensions for the .NET Framework and the Parallel Patterns Library for native code, Visual Studio 2010 includes tools for debugging parallel applications. The new tools allow the visualization of parallel Tasks and their runtime stacks. Tools for profiling parallel applications can be used for visualization of thread wait-times and thread migrations across processor cores. Intel and Microsoft have jointly pledged support for a new Concurrency Runtime in Visual Studio 2010and Intel has launched parallelism support in Parallel Studio as an add-on for Visual Studio.
The final release of Visual Studio 2013 became available for download on October 17, 2013, along with .NET 4.5.1. Visual Studio 2013 officially launched on November 13, 2013, at a virtual launch event keynoted by S. Somasegar and hosted on events.visualstudio.com. "Visual Studio 2013 Update 1" (Visual Studio 2013.1) was released on January 20, 2014.Visual Studio 2013.1 is a targeted update that addresses some key areas of customer feedback."Visual Studio 2013 Update 2" (Visual Studio 2013.2) was released on May 12, 2014.Visual Studio 2013 Update 3 was released on August 4, 2014. With this update, Visual Studio provides an option to disable the all-caps menus, which was introduced in VS2012."Visual Studio 2013 Update 4" (Visual Studio 2013.4) was released on November 12, 2014."Visual Studio 2013 Update 5" (Visual Studio 2013.5) was released on July 20, 2015.
The workaround that works for me and that I ultimately used is to target the Visual Studio 2008 (VC 9.0) Platform Toolset from within my Visual Studio 2010 projects as suggested here and here. There were three key upsides for me with this solution:
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The Vixen FL55SS's tube measures just 282mm and weighs 1.5kg It's a compact, lightweight refractor that offers premium features in a portable package. The FL55SS is a dual-purpose telescope suitable for visual astronomy, or with the addition of a dedicated lens kit, for fast, wide-field astrophotography.
There is no doubt there is something different a live performance when compared to a studio recording. The raw emotion, the adrenaline, the pitch of the artist as they dance or move about the stage and the audience feedback is something that simply cannot be duplicated in a studio environment. However, acquiring a good quality copy of such a performance demands carrying around a good portable recording device.
This studio WAVE/MP3 recorder by Roland is the last on our list of the best portable recording devices for live music. This model features a built-in stereo mic or external input, allows you to loop playback, and change the tempo and even comes complete with reverb. You can split songs and use the auto level adjust among other notable features.
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's Portable: The Battle of Aces is a 3D fighting video game written by Masaki Tsuzuki, developed by studio Witch Craft, and published by Bandai Namco on January 21, 2010. The game is set in the Nanoha universe and continues the storyline of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's, albeit in an alternate continuity where Reinforce is given another chance to live on Earth. The age rating for this game is a Canadian equivalent of E10, due to mild violence and zero gore.
Predicting a stable three-dimensional structure from any given amino acid sequence using first physical principles remains a formidable computational challenge. Aiming to recruit human visual and strategic powers to the task, we created an online multiplayer game called Foldit, in which thousands of nonscientists compete and collaborate to produce a rich set of search strategies for protein structure refinement. This work, published in the August 2010 issue of Nature, shows that even computationally complex scientific problems can be effectively crowd-sourced using interactive multiplayer games. 2b1af7f3a8