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Here is a brief list of tools that I use either for development or in general. I cannot survive without them (actually I can but you get the point): 1. JetBrains ReSharper - http://www.jetbrains.com/re... I cannot live without this tool. Honest. Buy it and prepare to be amazed how how much it will save you time. Upgrade to Visual Studio 2005 and realize how much you miss it. JetBrains is working on a new version for Visual Studio 2005. 2. CodeKeep - http://www.codekeep.net/add... A free ...
Oh my, I'm so hopelessly addicted to ReSharper it's not funny. Now that I'm coding VS 2005, I miss it so and I know a new version is in the works but, I simply cannot stand waiting for it. Now that I have that off my chest, I digress. Let's talk about Windows XP Professional x64. Yes, the OS that I'm using now, the OS that I'm running with extreme pleasure. It's so nice. No, it's seriously, indulgently, over-the-top nice. THERE, now I'm finally done...honest. Anyway, I've been working on a project ...
So I finally upgraded my laptop memory and have it cleaned (coolers and processor). Now 1GB + 256mb should be enough to ReSharper. Gosh, that thing is a memory eater. I wonder whether there are memory leaks on the code. It won't surprise me, though. ReSharper seems to use lots of flow analyzers which are quite complex. Anyway, one day and a half without any computer or internet access was surprisingly good. I had a chance to pile all the books I wanted to read and just sit and start reading them. ...
Here are the items I must have, they are the things I install whenever I get a new machine A persistence layer i.e. Gentle.Net http://sourceforge.net/proj... nHibernate http://www.nhibernate.org/ A Prevalence layer Bamboo http://bbooprevalence.sourc... PrevLayer http://www.prevayler.org/ Unit testing framework nUnit http://www.nunit.org/ Build tool Nant http://nant.sourceforge.net/ A tool with XML documentation integration nDoc (sparx also provides one for models) http://sourceforge.net/proj... ...
So Visual Studio is finally catching up to the tools that I've been using for years. I can't really blame MS for only coming out with these features now. This is a huge company that doesn't release their products every 3 months. What I can do is be a little angry that while they did us a favor by integrating some things into the IDE, they just did it a little sub-par. Now, if anything I'm about to write is wrong, I'm sure some gracious soul will correct me and I'll give my appologies. Onto the meat... ...
As I said in this post, the ReSharper 2.0 EAP has begun. There have been a total of three releases that I’ve seen, 201, 203, and 204. 201 was very buggy, but helpful, even still. I never got 203 to install properly and it managed to completely screw up my VS 2005 environment (VS 2005 often won’t start, causes blue screens, etc.). I’ve tried a number of things to fix my VS 2005 issues, but no go so far. 204 seems to be a little less buggy than 201 and actually installs for me. This ...
The Early Access Program for ReSharper 2.0 has started. Get it here. If you’re doing .NET development and not using ReSharper, shame on you. I’ve been missing this in VS 2005. I’m glad I can get it again. Now playing: The Charlie Daniels Band - Everytime I See Him ...
I just spent some time evaluating JetBrains' ReSharper v1.0.2.... Unfortunately I have to say the product lasted less than a full day of development on my machine.... The product has many good features, and the refactoring I did with it was fast and powerful. I had a heavily used class that contained several methods that should have been properties. The class was also an implementation of an interface. A right-click menu option and a couple button clicks on dialog boxes and my methods were quickly ...