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Visual Studio Links #85

by dstokes on November 8, 2008

My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio.

SlickEdit Versioning Toolbox is a Visual Studio extension that gives version control like functionality on your local workstation.  SlickEdit has recently added several demo videos to their website.

Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #351 explains how to view the class diagram for a class from the Class View.

Scott Guthrie posted a new list of good links -  Nov 6th Links: ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, jQuery, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight and WPF.

The Web Developer Tools Team posted a summary of the Silverlight Tips of the Day – Week 9.

The US ISV Developer Evangelism Team announced the Microsoft BizSpark program.  The program seems geared to startup companies working on SaaS products and provides a bunch of free stuff to help deliver your product on the MS platform.

The Visual Basic Team posted a link to the Channel 9 video that discussed the VB 2010 Language Features.

Jonathan Wood has posted a new video for MFC developers – How Do I: Create Ribbon Controls? Part 1.

Rick Molloy explained how to get the Visual Studio 2010 CTP to use more than one hardware thread: using Hyper-V and other options.

Beth Massi (VB Team) posted links to new WPF How Do I Videos.

The Web Developer Tools Team posted a link to a VS2008 SP1 Hotfix to Support “-vsdoc.js” IntelliSense Doc Files.

The US ISV Developer Evangelism Team posted a link to the PowerThreading Library for Silverlight, by Jeffrey Richter of Wintellect.

Sara Ford’s Tip of the Day #352 shows how to invoke a static method from the Class View.

Shawn Burke posted links to a Veritable Cornucopia of Silverlight Toolkit Resources.

The Web Developer Tools Team has posted a new new tips:

Visual Studio 2005 KB:

Visual Studio 2008 KB:  A hotfix rollup is available for WPF Designer.

Stuart Kent posted about DSL Tools in Visual Studio 2010 and DSL Tools and Oslo.

Carlos Quintero explained The strange case of empty Add-In Manager (not showing XML-based add-ins).

A new How do I video has been posted for VSX – How Do I : Add Tool Windows to the Visual Studio IDE?

DiveDeeper’s blog continues the LearnVSXNow! series with:

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