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  • Blog Post: VS 2005 Spellchecker

    Great little tool for people like me who just can spell and who run versions of VS 2005 above express (i.e. that are extensible) Click here for details Click here for bigger image
  • Blog Post: A Great Summary of our Recent Express Announcements – Awesome stuff

    Here is a great link that covers off the Lego Mindstorms announcement (that I’ve already blogged about ) and a whole lot more. If you missed the news on the web the MakerFaire has been going on and there is lots to see ( 1 , 2 ). The Coding4Fun site and Express tools were also there showing the...
  • Blog Post: LEGO Mindstorms SDK for .NET 2.0

    Way cool – you can use the Express tools to control a LOGO Mindstorms robot... I wanted an excuse to get one of these for work! http://msdn.microsoft.com/coding4fun/lego/lego_intro/default.aspx As an aside we have also now confirmed that the Express tools (SQL, C#, VB .NET, VWD, ...) will remain...
  • Blog Post: A Good Post on Migration from David L

    All about keeping skills current and getting ready for the change.... http://blogs.msdn.com/davidlem/archive/2006/04/13/575344.aspx We have great case study comming up in NZ in a few weeks time about one sites effort to migrate to ASP .NET it's a good summary of some fo the drrivers from performance...
  • Blog Post: Code Snippets Galore

    We have published a whole bunch of code snippets to make your life easier for C# - these are all very cool and I’d recommend installing them if nothing else other then to see how they work… http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/downloads/codesnippets/default.aspx Here is the list (copied off...
  • Blog Post: Class Designer Updates

    There are some cool updates to the class designer in Beta2. Auto layout of elements: http://blogs.msdn.com/classdesigner/archive/2005/04/23/411213.aspx Power Toys for the design surface: http://blogs.msdn.com/classdesigner/archive/2005/05/17/418966.aspx The Class designer is a great addition...
  • Blog Post: Object Relational Mapping Tools for .NET

    With ObjectSpaces being delayed I still get many customers asking about where to get ORM tools for .NET. Well I sent this link to a customer yesterday as it has a wide variety of them listed. http://sharptoolbox.com/Pages/Category74089b0a-1105-4389-b1db-eedf27e20cfb.aspx However I just don...
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