Category: Development

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NotNull

It seems the promised support for Nullable types is not what people expected it to be. What everyone expected was, for example, that we could map database values directly onto .NET variables. In other words,...

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Visual Studio 2005 beta experience

On Gordo’s weblog I’ve just read Microsoft Netherlands has a DVD for download, called the Visual Studio.NET 2005 Beta Experience. A lot of material is on the DVD like a training project that should...

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Team System jack-of-all-trades

According to this post by Miguel Jimenez, there will be another version released that will contain all tools combined from the seperate Architect, Developer and tester versions. That’s for the occasional user who has...

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VS 2005 Pricing and Licensing

Theres a lot of commotion about the Visual Studio 2005 en Team Foundation server licensing going on. Microsoft released their new pricing model and it seems you’ll have to pay a lot of money...

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Ajax (2)

Gerke Geurts has also been blogging about AJAX lately, with some pointers to resources and a company here in the Netherlands called BackBase with some excellent demos on how AJAX should work. They’ve build their...

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DBDocumenter CodeSmith Templates

Jason Alexander has created CodeSmith Templates that create database documentation in a very nice (and goodlooking) html format. Tables, Stored Procedures and such are placed in nice html documents, contain code highlighting, the works!...

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FotoVision for C#

Just read it on Abgar’s blog, that FotoVision has been converted to C#. FotoVision is a smart-client example application that can be found on MSDN. Elegance Technologies has created a tool called C-Sharpener to...

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DevDays Day 2 : Keynote

The keynote today was quite good. In about one and a half hour, Prashant Sridharan showed the Visual Studio road map, what audience each version of Visual Studio is for and showed Team System....