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  • Just Coding


    devMetrics is a free addin for VS7.1 (also has a commnad line interface) to generate basic code metrics of your projects..
  • Daniel Lehenbauer's Blog

    Longhorn on Virtual PC

    I was asked if Longhorn runs on Virtual PC. I haven't tried build 4074 first hand, but according to Stephen McGibbons it is “a breeze” to setup, performance is acceptable, and he even shows it running 3D in his screenshot .
  • Darren Jefford

    Visual Studio 2005 Team System Walkthroughs

    Some walkthroughs and sample projects for TS are available here – Looks like they should have been in the build recently released. They cover: Unit Testing, Web Testing, Load Testing, Profiling and Code Analysis!
  • Just Coding


    Today I've read in jamesnewkirk blog a post about code templates, it's time to promote AutoCode , it's an AddIn for VS7.1 with a nice set of customizable templates to create properties, simple classes and...
  • One Louder

    Prepare for the economic upturn now...

    I keep hearing that the economy is picking up , although my life hasn't changed much lately (needless to say there are always more open marketing positions here than we can fill). But if the economy is improving (and in the interest of optimistic thinking...
  • Powertoys WebLog


    At TechEd 2004 I demoed a RSS Reader Add-in for Visual Studio. I finally packaged up the sources and made them available on GotDotNet under the name VSBlogger. It is not as full-featured as some of the other blog readers out there, but the source is available...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Does anyone remember the ORIGINAL MS-DOS encyclopedia?

    Ok, a bit of somewhat embarrassing, but kind-of cool history time. Back in the early 1980’s, Microsoft got this rather grandiose idea of building a complete reference library of PC technology. The idea was to have a 5ish volume set covering topics...
  • chadr's skewed perspective

    VS Editor & Code Navigation team saddles up!

    One of the things I care deeply about is the core VS Editor & Code Navigation area. We've created a VSEditor Team Blog to help you, gentle reader, find more editor & code nav information in one place. Sean (no personal blog) is the instigator...
  • Rob Caron

    Keith Rowe on Usability Testing of Team System

    Keith Rowe (Product Unit Manager for the Project Management Tools in Visual Studio Team System ) provides some insight on the usability testing that was conducted last week in Redmond. Usability testing - lessons learned One of the great things about...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Rex 6000 was my friend...

    Thinking of small form factor devices, I wanted to mention that at one point in time I was a heavy Rex 6000 user. To me this was a great extension of first my laptop and then my first tablet. It would sit in my PC Card slot and whenever I went away to...
  • WinClient

    How to patch a new system without getting infected

    With Sasser and friends out there, it seems like a chicken and egg scenario when trying to download patches for a vulnerable new system, if you're unlucky as Loren Heiny explains you'll be infected before you can even download and install the updates...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Do you know how users use your product?

    On Friday I was taking part of a day long series of talks on engineering excellence. While listening to a talk on getting user feedback in the engineering process, I had some thought about the work that I’ve done in the past and something that most...
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