October just ended but I still want to shine a light on new and improved software that were released this month: nDepend v5.0 In the beginning of this month a new version of this great tool was released with a lot of new features that makes this tool even better. If you don’t know what … Continue reading Software news – October 2013
It’s been a while since last I’ve written about new releases and features in software I like so I’ve decided to shine a light on three software development tools I love, two exiting beta releases and one hidden feature brought into the light: SharpDevelop 4.2 Beta The open source, light free .NET IDE has just … Continue reading Software news – February 2012
One of the benefits of programming in C#/VB.NET is amount of tools available - from Visual Studio to build servers to unit testing frameworks it seems that there is a tool for every job. I thought that my .NET tool belt has everything I need until recently, while learning Python (actually IronPython) I’ve discovered Python-Nose … Continue reading #Nose – the unit test discovery tool
Every .NET developer I know use Visual Studio at his work to develop applications. But what IDE can a software developer developing his own a hobby/open source project use? I use #Develop for most of my hobby projects (although from time to time I use VS Express as well). In case you’re wondering what #Develop … Continue reading #Develop – The open source .NET IDE
Screen capture application has become a must since I've started blogging, and I've used a few different screen capture tools to see which fits my needs (perhaps I'll write a blog post about it someday). Today I found out about a new open source tool called Z-Screen its easy to use and has a lot … Continue reading Z-Screen – open source screen capture tool
This is a maintenance release until I finish the new features I’ve promised. Changes: Added Proxy Support so that users behind firewall can use SO-Notifier. I’ve done a few changes to reduce the bandwidth overhead of the application. As suggested by Jeff Atwood I’m using gzip http header specified to reduce network bandwidth. It … Continue reading New StackOverflow Notifier Released
Due to a (stupid) bug I accidentally caused SO notifier to poll the StackOverflow site every half a second. The new version has a polling interval of once per hour. In case you want to use StackOverflow Notifier use this newer version instead so your IP won't be banned.