Category: Development

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If I tell you, I have to…

Christian Weyer is glad he can finally talk about Indigo, now that he DSG team covers Indigo at this week’s VSLive event. The link however, brings us to an article on some site called...

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Dutch Developer Days 2005

So it’s official, I’m going to the Dutch Developer Days 2005. Seems I had the schedule interpreted wrong, but here’s my current schedule for the event: Pre conference day : PCT1 – Visual Studio...

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ReSharper, worth the try!

A while ago, Patrick Bes blogged about ReSharper, and that it’s such a wonderful tool. I had already tried it a few months before, while it was still in beta. For some reason I still...

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Enterprise Library release

”Barring any major catastrophes, it is official.  On January 28th Enterprise Library will be up and available on MSDN.  Spread the word… download the code, give us feedback, join the GotDotNet workspace.  Tell your...

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Team System Requirements

Aaargh. After installing Visual Studio 2005, the december release, my first thought was to try out Team System. Of course I need a server installation for that, so I was looking to install it....

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XmlPreprocess released

Now here’s another very pretty tool that can use an introduction. I’m talking about the XmlPreprocessor which has just been released. It’s a command line driven utility which will alter, for example, your web.config...

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TestDriven.NET

Steve Eichert is mad about TDD and I just got the link to the tool for TDD from him. It’s the new name for the tool known as NUnitAddIn. Go get it here.