In my last post Where are all the VB.NET blogs? I commented that it seems like the amount of VB.NET specific information on the web has dwindled since the .NET 1.x days. Well it seems that at least the number of VB.NET developers has not. A friend has sent me a link to a post: … Continue reading Where are all the VB.NET blogs – an update
When I started learning .NET I learnt mostly by reading examples and tutorials I found on the internet, I read sites such as Code Project and .NET 247 from front to back and found several blogs that eased my way into the .NET world. During my quest to become a good .NET developer I came … Continue reading Where are all the VB.NET blogs?
Yesterday I co-delivered a lecture about Unit testing titled "How to benefit from unit testing in the real world" at the monthly gathering of the .NET Software Architects User Group. I'd like to thank Doron that presented the 2nd part of our lecture and give thank to an esteemed member of our development team - … Continue reading Presentation from .NET Software Architects User Group
I've been interested in performance optimization from the first application I wrote and since than I been finding new ways to make my code run faster with less memory usage. Over the time I found that after discovering the existing bottlenecks in the code knowing which command takes more time to execute is always an … Continue reading Use measureIt to find out how much time it really takes
There are some development tools that after a while I can’t understand how could I work without them. One of those tools that I’ve been using since I’ve staed software development in C#/VB is TestDriven.NET. For those of you that never heard of TestDriven it brings integration of several 3rd party tools to Visual Studio, … Continue reading TestDriven.NET 2.19 Released
The Event model in C# finds its roots in the event programming model that is popular in asynchronous programming. The basic foundation behind this programming model is the idea of "publisher and subscribers." In this model, you have publishers who will do some logic and publish an "event." Publishers will then send out their event … Continue reading Three different ways to raise events in C#
In case you've never been to Visual Studio Gallery - it is a "one stop shop for Visual Studio extensions. It includes everything from community built power toys to advanced industry partner...". This site is a great resource of visual studio extendibility, you can find many of the tools that most software developers use on … Continue reading Typemock Isolator is in Visual Studio Gallery