Archive For The “Visual Studio” Category
Recently I’ve been getting pretty annoyed by my Visual Studio 2008, which has been taking longer and longer to do my favorite menu item, Window > Close All Documents. Today was the last straw — I decided 20 seconds to close four C# editor windows really isn’t acceptable for a machine with four gigs of [...]
You may have heard of the TFS MVP fiasco being talked about over the past couple of days. Aside from demonstrating how not to disagree with comments on your blog, it raised a favourite old question for .NET developers using Visual Studio: which is better — Team Foundation Server or Subversion? Functionally, I find both [...]
Just got this dialog while running some unit tests with Visual Studio 2008′s built-in test runner: wtf?
So, it seems Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2008 adds some support for SQL Server 2008, in that you can now connect and browse SQL Server 2008 servers in the Server Explorer. This’ll let you do cool stuff like generate code with LINQ to SQL, but there’s one important feature missing: Where’s the SQL [...]
Microsoft have released the following service packs this morning: Visual Studio 2008 SP1: download bootstrapper (536KB) or redistributable (831MB) .NET Framework 3.5 SP1: download bootstrapper (2.8MB) or redistributable (231MB) Team Foundation Server 2008 SP1: download redistributable (133MB) Note that if you have previously installed hotfixes for Visual Studio 2008, you must run the Hotfix Cleanup [...]