Monthly Archives: February 2010

Castle Project code organization

This morning I stumbled on a blog post from Krzysztof Kozmic .NET OSS Dependency Hell.  The title caught me straight: dependency + .NET is pretty dear to me. Krzysztof explains a problem users of Castle Project have (hence a problem … Continue reading 

Posted in .NET assemblies, Castle Project, code organization, Dependencies, Dependency Matrix, Graph of Dependencies | 3 Comments

Rationalizing Assembly Reference

This morning I stumbled on an accidental usage of NDepend. It is accidental in the sense that we didn’t forecast this usage. We recently added a new Visual Studio project to build an assembly named NDepend.Install.VisualStudioAddin.exe (which I hope is … Continue reading 

Posted in CQL query, Dependency Graph, DevExpress, DXperience, requires assemblies | Leave a comment

VS 2010 RC1 available on MSDN

… and this RC1 will go public in 3 days. (if your are logged in MSDN, the link is: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/securedownloads/default.aspx?pv=18%3a370) I had access to the Release Candidate 1 limited community editions for a month, and I can say that hopefully, … Continue reading 

Posted in MSDN, RC1, Visual Studio | 3 Comments

Scoop: Reflector v6 pro RTM to be released by the 15th of this month

This is really exciting time these days. Most of .NET tooling vendors are about to provide a major upgrade of their products within the next weeks. And Reflector is part of the lot! A brand new version, Reflector v6, is … Continue reading 

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