Monthly Archives: February 2008

Hooked on VIM

After watching the first screencast that Aaron presented on Vim, I thought I would check it out. The first day was a little uncomfortable, 2 weeks later I am happy to report that I concur with Aaron’s statement, which is … Continue reading 

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ReSharper 4.0 Nightly Builds

Ever since the nightly builds for ReSharper 4.0 went live, being the REA (Resharper early adopter) that I am, I downloaded it and have been using it on my C# 3.5 projects. I am happy to report that even though … Continue reading 

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Automatic Properties – In case you didn’t know

The following snippet of code (C# 3.5) is allowable, and gives you the benefit of unnecessary extra verbosity with the benefits of encapsulation. Of course, if you need to implement logic in your property, then you don’t want to think … Continue reading 

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Nothin But WPF Class – Cancelled

Unfortunately due to low numbers the WPF class is going to be cancelled. I apologize to anyone who was planning on registering. Thanks.

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Presenter First – Who starts the presenter

Had a question recently with regards to presenter first development in a smart client application. “How do you tell the presenter to run?” In presenter first style, the presenter will be the first point of contact from the ApplicationController. It … Continue reading 

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Another Handy Shortcut Combination (Shift + F10)

I might be a little late on this one, but I just learned a new shortcut that will definitely save me time when I am working in my VM on my mac. I love to use the keyboard. And when … Continue reading 

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