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  • Blog Post: Markdown Part 2 - Writing a Classifier

    Note: I started writing this about two months ago, and a lot has changed since then. Jeff Atwood released a C# port of the Markdown script (well, a cleaned up version of another C# port of a PHP port, to be exact) called MarkdownSharp (it's on google code here ). This saved me the trouble of porting...
  • Blog Post: Markdown!

    For awhile I've been searching for a better workflow for writing my blog. Using the community server interface online interface is pretty awful, though even good online interfaces aren't that great. You can't really overestimate the value of using the editor you are familiar with for writing more than...
  • Blog Post: What's new for extenders in Beta 2?

    If you are reading this, I'm sure there is a decent chance that you've either already used Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 or at least read about some of the new features. For those of you interested in writing extensions for VS, I wanted to share a couple of updates around editor extensibility, particularly...
  • Blog Post: Learning the new editor

    I had a professor in college, Sidney Marshall (also known as "the man, the myth, the legend: Sidney Marshall"), who was and still is a pretty big inspiration to me. He's a fairly big Lisp guy (part of what got me interested in Lisp in the first place), quotes various pieces of the ISO C++ spec...
  • Blog Post: Editor perf: markers vs. tracking spans

    Rico just put up an interesting post on editor performance , so if you have a few minutes, go check it out. I thought I'd take a minute and give a bit more detail on one of the topics Rico mentions, which he called regions (but are really called markers; po-TAY-to, po-TAH-to, and all that). (Old editor...
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