• Tim Sneath

    Free .NET Code Coverage Tool

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    I'm not a heavy Visual FoxPro user - although it is installed on my development machine - but I've often admired some of its capabilities. Although it doesn't mesh desperately closely with the general .NET architecture, it is a relatively powerful database...
  • Tim Sneath

    DevWeek 2004 - An Independent Keynote

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    I'm speaking at the largest independent Microsoft developer conference this week: European DevWeek in London, delivering one of my first large-scale public talks on Longhorn . I've been focusing mainly on Yukon up to this point, as it's much closer to...
  • Tim Sneath

    Using Terminal Services for Multi-User VS.NET

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    Not sure how long this has been around, but I just stumbled across this set of guidelines and tools to support multi-user access to a full Visual Studio .NET development environment via Terminal Services. The material was originally designed for the purpose...
  • Tim Sneath

    .NET for IT Professionals

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    I delivered a three-session marathon at the Belux Developer & IT Pro conference on Tuesday, covering .NET for IT Professionals. As I've mentioned previously in my blog, I'm on a one-man mission to improve the dearth of information available for system...
  • Tim Sneath

    The "All New" MSDN Flash Is Here

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    We finally launched an all new MSDN Flash newsletter in the UK today. This is the culmination of a lot of work taking a long hard look at the existing MSDN Flash newsletter and trying to identify all the things we can do to make it more interesting and...
  • Tim Sneath

    MSDN Flash: Improving .NET Code Quality

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    Welcome back! My name is Tim Sneath , and I work in the Developer & Platform group in Microsoft UK. In the last issue of the new MSDN Flash, we looked at a number of helpful third-party utilities that can help you get the most out of the .NET Framework...
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