Last week at (or rather during) //Build conference a new Visual Studio was unveiled. You can download the preview right now – I’ll wait…Getting a new Visual Studio feels like Christmas morning (if I was celebrating Christmas). There’s always cool features to explore and new things to play with, an improved shade of purple of … Continue reading VS15 can add conditions to exceptions!
I didn’t…And it’s not a new feature – since it existed since freaking Visual Studio 2010!Yesterday during an unrelated meeting Alon Fliess showed a bunch of us developers how Visual Studio detects deadlocks in tasks (automatically) and shows the current task status in both Parallel Tasks and Tasks debug windows (duh).I got home late but … Continue reading Did you know that Visual Studio shows deadlocked tasks?
I’ve installed the latest VS2014 CTP3 on my aging I3 home machine – because why use a VM when I can always re-install windows.And so far I’m impressed! this is a low end I3/4GB machine and it loaded fast and works without any noticeable performance issues – I might be mistaken but it seems the … Continue reading Visual Studio 2014 CTP – first impressions
Those you know me (or read my blog) know that I’m passionate (with a capital P) about software development, clean code and of course unit testing. And I’m happy to be given the opportunity to talk about these topics as part of The DevGeekWeek 2014 conference. The DevGeekWeek is a week of all things software … Continue reading DevGeekWeek 2014
A few years ago I’ve decided to learn IronPython and so I’ve read a book, wrote some code and blogged about my experience. I really enjoyed coding in Python and the connection with .NET seemed to be promising – that is until Microsoft pulled the plug on IronPython and its sister language IronRuby. I felt … Continue reading IronPython lives!