My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio.
Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #233 covers increasing Visual Studio environment fonts for presentations.
US ISV Developer Evangelism Team announced the Release Candidate for SQL Server 2008 is on MSDN.
Tess posted a link to a new MSDN article – CLR Inside Out: Large Object Heap Uncovered.
JetBrains .NET Tools Blog announced the release of ReSharper 4.0.
VSX Team Blog has a post explaining why GetService(typeof(ENVDTE.DTE)) can return null.
vs.Eco explains how to get a PLK or SLK without logging into VSIPMembers.com.
Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #234 covers inserting a snippet via “tab tab”.
Via Steve Pietrek: Derik Whittaker has posted Code Annotations are a slick feature from SlickEdit Tools.
Greg Duncan has posted a link to Fissum, a TFS tray icon client.
Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #235 covers setting a breakpoint from the Find Combo Box.
Web Developer Team:
- ADO.net Data Service reflection class creation in VS2008 SP1 Beta, a breaking change with CTP time.
- Support configuration specific output folders in a Silverlight project.
Quan To posted an article based on a Tech Ed Chalk Talk: Build and customize your own Isolated Shell.
Carlos Quintero has posted a list of the Guids for the Visual Studio project types. Very handy.