Yeah. I'd like to get my feet wet with it as well, but I know from experience that it will frustrate me to no end to see all of the things that I can do with it and not be able to apply any of it where I'd like to. Where I do most of my .NET development is in a company that has 80K employees -- some of which work in countries where they are limited to windows 2000, so we are stuck at .NET 2.0 for any client side stuff. I get a little more freedom on the server side, but I'll probably have to build a very solid case for .NET 4 if I plan to use it even on the servers before 2011.
So I'll probably keep most of my 'early adopter' activity in the GWT area for now where it is more likely to be affective for more than a hobby :)
Daniel Leuck said:
ROFL. I was planning to install VS 2010 over the weekend, but this gives me pause :-) I'm dying to try C# 4.