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  • Visual Studio 2012/TFS 2012: A Breath of Fresh Air

    Visual Studio 2012 hasn’t been released to the general public yet, but a friend of mine was nice enough to lend me his MSDN copy of both VS and Team Foundation Server (I run Sharepoint 2010 on my intranet, which is a requirement for TFS…the integration is incredible). While you’re at it, do yourself...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sun, Sep 16 2012
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Opinions, .Net, Visual Studio, F#, TFS
  • Syntax For Generic Type Declarations In Type Elements

    I was recently working on implementing a provider based design for a project I'm working on which also happens to make heavy use of generics throughout the provider architecture. The signature of the type to be used in the <providers> section of the config file is MyType<T, V>, however...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sun, Jun 17 2007
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Tools and Resources, .Net, Visual Studio
  • ScottGu Has A Power Packed Outline Of Orcas Up

    Scott Guthrie continues to show us why he's the man with the plan over at Microsoft with a huge post on some features new to Orcas : One of the highlights of my recent trip to Europe was getting the chance to publicly show off some of the new features in our next release of Visual Studio and the .NET...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Fri, Feb 9 2007
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, .Net, Links and News, Visual Studio
  • Taking the Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 Plunge

    I am thinking about installing Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 on my main machine (which of course has .Net 1.1/VS2003 on it). I’ve had very good luck with VS2k5b2 on a secondary machine (sans previous versions installed though), to the point that I abhor going back to VS2k3 (VS2k5 is simply beautiful...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Thu, Aug 11 2005
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, .Net, Visual Studio
  • Resource Management in Visual Studio 2005

    Resource management is changing in Visual Studio 2005/.Net 2.0, moving from a string based lookup mechanism (i.e. ResourceManager.GetString([value])) to a strongly typed system. This is a welcome change, and one I’ve been exploring recently (finally getting around to learning VS2005 and all of...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Thu, Jul 14 2005
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Tools and Resources, .Net, Visual Studio
  • Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 Installation and First Thoughts

    I finally got around to giving Visual Studio 2005 (beta 2) a test drive recently. Whereas my meanderings with the beta 1 bits were downright hideous , this experience has been a complete 180 from that. Installation was trouble free (and fast I might add…I’d estimate around half the time...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Sat, Jul 9 2005
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, .Net, Visual Studio
  • So Just How Much of .Net is Written in .Net?

    Thanks to Bob , it’s 4’ish in the morning and I’m still up. We were having a conversation earlier about how much of the .Net framework (and Visual Studio itself) is actually written in .Net. After 30 minutes of Googling and getting absolutely nowhere, I decided to write my own utility...
    Posted to The [K]nightly Build by Jayson Knight on Mon, May 30 2005
    Filed under: Technology and Internet, Tools and Resources, .Net, Visual Studio
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