I spend most of my time in Visual Studio. My work time, that is, although it probably takes up a big portion of my overall life too… ouch! I like to have a clean Visual Studio, void of toolbars, icons, panels,…. I’ll summon them when I need them, but most of them I rarely need. […]
Do you find yourself often writing the same pieces of code? I guess we all do: the INotifyPropertyChanged interface and the PropertyChanged method in WPF projects are one example. Unit tests more often than not have the same structure (at least on a per-project basis). Visual Studio’s snippets functionality can speed up your work in […]
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Looking for good icons for your applications, that blend in well with other typical Windows applications? If you have Visual Studio, then you already have 1000+ icons without having to Google for ‘free icons’ and coming up with loads of unusable previews.Navigate to your Visual Studio install directory and in \Common7\VS2008ImageLibrary you’ll find a zip […]
Well, not all of it, but Microsoft has made it possible to enter the .NET Framework code when debugging. Although configuring Visual Studio to do this is a little more work than what you need to do with, say, Java and Eclipse (which is: none), I believe it is still quite a useful feature. It […]