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Monthly Archives: November 2007

Temporarily disable code analysis for single code file with Resharper 3.0.2 and VS 2008

If you hit a code file that’s using one of the new funky features of C# 3.0, and Resharper code analysis doesn’t recognize it, like property initializers, var, etc, just press the following to disable code analysis for the current … Continue reading 

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Upgrade NAnt for use with VS2008 solutions and .Net 3.5

Unfortunately, we don’t have a .Net 3.5-compatible NAnt distribution yet, but it’s trivial to get the latest version (.85) working with .Net 3.5 and a Visual Studio 2008 solution.  Open up you nant.exe config file, and add the following framework … Continue reading 

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Running VS2008 & VS 2005 side by side – project file difference

Previously, I posted how to support developers running Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2005 on the same .Net 2.0 solution on the same team, built, CI server, etc.  The solution is to have 2 solution files.  These files have … Continue reading 

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DevTeach: Party with Palermo and speaking about ASP.NET MVC, NHibernate

DevTeach starts Monday in Vancouver, and after the pre-con we’re kicking it off with a blow-out Party with Palermo.  This is the official social event of the DevTeach conference, and it’s open to all conference attendees as well as the … Continue reading 

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Enabling team development with VS2008/2005 mix

Ok.  Now we have a problem.  Some folks want to use VS 2008 RTM while continuing to target an existing .Net 2.0 solution.  The project files don’t give us a problem, but the solution file does.  Here is the first … Continue reading 

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Tips for immediately using R# 3.0.2 with VS 2008

There is a bit of confusion out there because R# 3.0.2 doesn’t immediately support code analysis and intellisense for the new C# 3.0 features like LINQ queries, etc.  What I’ve heard is that in Q12008, we’ll have a R# that … Continue reading 

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ASP.NET Podcast on the MVC Framework available

If you are interested in the ASP.NET MVC Framework that Microsoft is working on, check out the podcast I did with Wally on the topic. http://aspnetpodcast.com/CS11/blogs/asp.net_podcast/archive/2007/11/20/asp-net-podcast-show-104-asp-net-mvc-with-jeff-palermo-audio.aspx 

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Snapshot of my VSLive session on VS 2008

Tuesday at the VSLive conference in Austin, TX, I presented a session on Visual Studio 2008.  This was an all-demo session, but some of the demos required some prepared code, so you can grab that code, as always, from my … Continue reading 

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This week at VSLive Austin, I’ll be. . .

 . . .presenting a session on Visual Studio 2008.  There have been numerous hints around the Internet of VS2008’s arrival in the next coming week, and this session will demonstrate new capabilities in the new IDE.  While I will continue … Continue reading 

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NHibernate presentation files available for download

On November 7, 2007, I gave a presentation to the North Dallas .Net User Group entitled “Introduction to NHibernate 1.2″. As promised, I have made all the code samples/demos available for download at the following link:http://code.google.com/p/palermo/ At the above website, you … Continue reading 

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