Aaron Marten

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May, 2004

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    CoverageEye

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    This tool has been out for a few months now from Microsoft UK, but I thought I'd bring it to your attention. CoverageEye is a free tool to gather code coverage data on your .NET assemblies. Code coverage is one of the best ways to ensure that you're executing...
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    CTC Files and Package Delay Loading

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    VSIP Extras certainly does a lot to help out with moving into the managed code world for package writers, but it seems that you still can't escape native code entirely. One of the things you may notice if you use the package wizard is that even when you...
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    The Oracle says...

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    In case you didn't see the press release, it was announced today that Oracle is the latest VSIP partner !
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    It's What's For Dinner

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    Mmmmm.....smell those features. Some of the members of the VS Extensibility team will be at TechEd this week and will be holding a feature cook-off. Basically, they will code whatever macro, add-in, or VSIP package you'd like to see [within reason of...
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