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Category Archives: Resharper

Removing #regions, or "How to keep your code expanded"

In a couple of recent posts, I’ve all but declared war on #regions. I’m not going to regurgitate my reasons but for those of you who go into "you won’t like me when I’m angry" mode when they see a … Continue reading 

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Finding Assembly-level Dependencies With R#

Here’s a little nuance to ReSharper that I really like and use quite a lot. Find a reference under the “References” node of any Visual Studio project. Pick a referenced assembly, right click, and select “Find Dependent Code.” This will bring … Continue reading 

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ReSharper 2.01 maintenance release available

JetBrains has released version 2.01 of the popular (and must have!!) ReSharper tool for Visual Studio. You can find the release notes here: http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/releaseNotes201… And you can find the download itself here: http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/download/ (Note, this is actually build 259, so … Continue reading 

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Using ReSharper as an essential part of your TDD toolkit

I have been a long time and fan and user of JetBrain's ReSharper add-in for Visual Studio .NET. At a high-level, ReSharper is a productivity and refactoring plug-in for Visual Studio, but that simple description belies the genius behind the product. … Continue reading 

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ReSharper Reflections

Brendan has been describing his recent evaluation experiences with Resharper, CodeRush, CodeSmart,  and ReFactory, and his latest conclusion that he is now a “ReSharper Convert”. Having also evaluated all of these tools myself, I’m starting to feel that ReShaper is … Continue reading 

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