In the first part of this chapter, you saw how to structure an application into different layers, how to transform the customer requirements in user stories that will be then transformed in real code, and how to design and structure the data store used by the application.
In this part of the chapter, you will prepare the Visual Studio 2010 solution for the TimeTracker software, including third-party resources and components.
By the end of the chapter you should have a working Visual Studio 2010 solution that will include a set of projects and a main WPF stand-alone application.
But before starting to write code, you need to prepare the environment for your application.
The first thing you need ...