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Steven Raybell's musings and what-have-you's on .NET, C#, conventions and everything inbetween.

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    Source Analysis Goes RTW!

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    I’m sure I’m way late to the game in this announcement, but I figured I’d share anyway.  It seems that one of our tools has made it’s way into the hands of the public at large.  I’ve used this several times, and...
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    The Wheel Test

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    Most of us engineers just love engineering things.  It’s why we chose the profession we chose.  We strive not to be 5:01 Developers .  We have an abundance of passion.  Because of this, we also get overly excited, and at times...
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    Responsibility of Descriptions

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    Yesterday, I spoke about declarative programming, and its utility in describing code intent. Today is going to expand on the reasons why I think the opening example's implementation failed the way that it did. I hope I don't stomp on toes too hard. :-)...
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    Declarative Programming and Code Intent

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    Quite recently, a co-worker of mine needed to essentially roll his own serialization.  There were a few approaches discussed and ultimately, an attributed model was adopted.  The model used an attribute that mapped public properties to an XML...
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    devMetrics for VS 2005 (and 2008), halted

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    After letting this go stale for a while, then re-evaluating whether or not what's provided out of the box is good enough, I've decided that this is a wasted effort. VS 9 supports a lot of what people were looking for in devMetrics, so I see no point in...
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    devMetrics Migration and Licensing

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    A week or so back, I talked about devMetrics in VS 2005. In the course of migration, I've decided to change things......
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    devMetrics for Visual Studio 2005?

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    It seems that devMetrics has fallen between the cracks in the last two years or so. Anticipating Minds, has since halted all development, as of December 20, 2005. Unfortunately, this news was kind of a bummer, considering that it was, and is, a decent tool, even despite its word smithing quirks. Of course, to make this all the more interesting, while it's old news, it was new news to me as of today. Shows how well I kept track... As fortune would have it, though, they dumped both devMetrics and devAvantage into the public domain......
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