My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio.
Channel 9 Stuff:
- Anders Hejlsberg and Guy Steele- Concurrency and Language Design
- The Concurrency Runtime- Fine Grained Parallelism for C++
- This Week on C9 – Hell No! Countdown to PDC2008 Ambush Dan and Brian, Taking Over their Show for
- Parallel Computing Platform- An Integrated Approach to Tooling
- Josh Holmes and Glenn Vanderburg- Dynamic Languages and Unit Testing
Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #333 explains how to change the build order for your solution.
Scott Guthrie announced that Silverlight 2.0 has been released.
Carlos Quintero explains The strange case of no ext_ConnectMode.ext_cm_UISetup phase fired, not even once (add-in development).
Scott Hanselman has posted a good overview and links about T4 (Text Template Transformation Toolkit).
DiveDeeper’s blog continued the LearnVSXNow! series with Working with Hierarchies Part 3 – Properties and Hierarchy Traversal.
VS2005 KB: Hotfix available for Error message when you use the Windows CE compiler in Visual Studio 2005 to compile C++ source code: “Warning C4819: The file contains a character that cannot be represented in the current code page”.
Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #335 covers creating a new project from existing code.
The Web Developer Tools Team has posted its latest tip: Did you know…How to enable debugging of your Web Site?
Andrew Arnott described How to force Vista to NOT elevate an application.
Charles Sterling posted links to several Visual Studio Team System 2010 Videos.
Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #336 covers creating project templates.
Brad Abrams posted a link to Some Great Information on the Silverlight 2 DataGrid.
Greg Duncan posted a link to the release announcement for Scrum for Team System 2.2. Greg also posted a link to Silverlight Spy for Silverlight 2 version 220.127.116.11.