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A little-known feature in Visual Studio 2005 is the possibility to create a custom debugger visualizer. In this post, we'll take a closer look at this feature. A debugger visualizer allows you to associate a custom control or Windows Form with an object...
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For the moment, I'm responsible to set up a TFS machine for a team project that's performed over the internet. No big deal you might think? Well, there are some issues that you have to beware of. The most 'difficult' one is the "fully qualified domain...
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A little tip but definitely a time-saver in case you didn't know about it yet... Quite a bit of Word users should be familiar with this one: What I'm talking about is ALT+mouse selection (any official marketing name for this feature out there?). Guidelines...
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Finally, it's here: download now . Del.icio.us | Digg It | Technorati | Blinklist | Furl | reddit | DotNetKicks
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I blogged about Sandcastle in the past, over here . You can grab the December 06 CTP from the Microsoft-website now. Take a look at the Sandcastle MSDN Blog too. Del.icio.us | Digg It | Technorati | Blinklist | Furl | reddit | DotNetKicks
Did you know the third version of the Visual Studio 2005 SDK was shipped about one month ago? I missed this one out for a while, so it's time to explore it right now. Check out Somasegar's WebLog too for information on it. One great thing in there is...
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Gert Drapers , development manager for DataDude and SQL guru for life, announces the availability of CTP6 on his blog . Also notice the RTM release is scheduled for Q1 2007. For the Belgians not attending TechEd IT Forum (most developers don't I guess...
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Rather unexpectedly, the availability of a SP1 beta for Visual Studio 2005 was announced today by soma . As usual, everyone is welcome to join the beta programme on Microsoft Connect. Enjoy! Del.icio.us | Digg It | Technorati | Blinklist | Furl | reddit...
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Introduction In my previous blog post on Code 39 barcodes , I've shown you guys how to generate Code 39 barcodes using managed code. Today, we'll take it another step forward and make barcode generation available through an .ashx ASP.NET 2.0 HTTP handler...
Introduction Conditional compilation is one of the much unknown powerful features that are available in .NET and more specifically in the C#, VB.NET and J# compilers. In this post, I'd like to show you how to take benefit from this feature, applied to...
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