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  • Blog Post: Links

    There are several good folks out there who regularly accumulate interesting links about all things .NET and other stuff on their blogs (cast in alphabetical order): Alvin Ashcraft Alvin Ashcraft's Morning Dew .NET Development Resources from a Progressive.NET Perspective Arjan Zuidhof Arjan’s World Arjan...
  • Blog Post: Reflection with dynamic

    This past summer the Visual C# IDE team was fortunate enough to have Paul van Brenk intern with us. Paul is a great guy and an experienced .NET developer from Rotterdam, Netherlands , who is interested in Azure, cloud computing and many other things. He also happens to be one of the contributors for...
  • Blog Post: First videos of the structured editor prototype

    Disclaimer: the structured editor work described in my posts is unrelated to my work at Microsoft. Everything shown is my personal research done as part of my MSc thesis during 2004-2007. Also, it’s not ready for real use and does not cover all the features of even C# 1.0. It’s a concept prototype and...
  • Blog Post: All C# Compiler Developer Team blogs

    With Ian Halliday , a developer on the C# Compiler team who started to blog recently, all of the C# compiler devs are blogging! Here’s the list of their blogs sorted alphabetically: Chris Burrows - http://blogs.msdn.com/cburrows/ Ian Halliday - http://blogs.msdn.com/ianhalliday/ Ed Maurer - http://blogs...
  • Blog Post: Having Fun with the New Editor in VS 2010

    I was figuring out how to test the new WPF editor through the new managed API and it suddenly occurred to me how easy it is to do things to the editor that just weren’t possible before. For example, I decided that I like my editor rotated: Why? Because I can! public void RotateEditor( int degrees) ...
  • Blog Post: Bling: a WPF Framework/Declarative Strongly-Typed DSL for Quick Expressive C# WPF Apps

    Several weeks ago I met with Sean McDirmid from the Microsoft’s Research and Prototyping facility in Beijing to chat about IDE design and his recent projects. Sean is a well-known researcher with broad interests in languages, compilers, and, recently, WPF and graphics. He was demoing the (open-source...
  • Blog Post: VS Project, C++ and Editor team blogs

    This is just a quick announcement about some Visual Studio team blogs that might be really worth checking out. http://blogs.msdn.com/vsproject/ – the Visual Studio Project and Build team (who owns Project System and MSBuild) has a new blog. They have just started but they already have 3 awesome articles...
  • Blog Post: Some resources about Visual Studio Extensibility

    A couple of readers have posted questions about Visual Studio Extensibility, DTE, your own packages, commands, experimental hive etc. To be frank, I’m not an expert in this field, so instead of trying to answer these questions, I will point to some better resources for VSX (VS Extensibility): http:/...
  • Blog Post: Common Compiler Infrastructure released on CodePlex

    Great news – Herman Venter from Microsoft Research has released CCI (Common Compiler Infrastructure) on CodePlex: http://ccimetadata.codeplex.com . See Herman’s blog post here . The Microsoft Research Common Compiler Infrastructure (CCI) is a set of components (libraries) that provide some of the functionality...
  • Blog Post: http://twitter.com/KirillOsenkov

    http://twitter.com/KirillOsenkov Goodbye productivity...
  • Blog Post: Webcast on Visual Studio Tips & Tricks

    Mike Benkovich from http://benkotips.com and my fellow C# QA team member Eric Maino have talked me into doing a webcast on Visual Studio Tips & Tricks. Mike was the host, and Eric and I were showing VS features that we like and use often in our day-to-day coding. Here's a list of tips that Eric and...
  • Blog Post: Links about Visual Studio 2010 and C# 4.0

    A while ago we announced Visual Studio 2010 and C# 4.0. In case you'd like to catch up and read articles or watch videos about the upcoming new features, I wanted to gather some links here. PDC http://channel9.msdn.com/pdc2008/ is a great link about PDC, where you can watch a lot of interesting...
  • Blog Post: More blogging goodness from C# IDE QA

    I'm very happy to announce that two of my team members have started blogging. Eric Maino ( http://blogs.msdn.com/eric ) is our infrastructure expert and, as Charlie puts it quite correctly, one of QA's finest engineers. Also, Eric has a misfortune of having been appointed as my own personal dedicated...
  • Blog Post: Some links

    Several interesting blog links I'd like to share. Charlie Calvert - Charlie's blog is where the C# community meets the C# team. We are proud that the communication is bidirectional - not only we are sharing information with the community, but we are also actively listening to feedback (see for example...
  • Blog Post: Seattle CodeCamp

    I attended Seattle CodeCamp this past weekend. I guess this is one of the advantages of living in Redmond that you have all kinds of geek events interesting events happening in 10 minutes' drive away from my home. I liked CodeCamp a lot, all of the presentations I visited were interesting. The average...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to my new place

    Hi all, it's me again. For those who don't know me, I'm a tester on the C# IDE team at Microsoft. I already had a blog outside ( http://kirillosenkov.blogspot.com ), but now I decided to move to blogs.msdn.com, for the sake of consistency with the rest of the team. If you were reading my old blog, you...
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