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Well Im close to getting a Macbook but just one thing that bothers me. I know I'll be able to run it on Windows via Parallels or Boot Camp however is it also possible to run Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 .NET on a Mac OSX? Is there a version specially for Macs?

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Is there a version specially for Macs?

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No, there isn't.

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Thanks. I guess its boot camp then.
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