My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio.
Justin Etheredge wrote a nice overview of overflow checking in c# and explains how to enable this for certain statements and project wide in the properties.
Matt Wicks has written an article on Using Adobe Flex in Visual Studio.
David Betz explained how to set a Silverlight 2 startup breakpoint using WinDBG.
The Windows PowerShell Team is looking for feedback on PowerShell V2.
Atilla Gunal posted An Introduction to Native Concurrency in Visual Studio 2010.
Brian Harry posted a link to a new document that explains how to setup TFS to require client certificates.
Channel 9 Stuff:
- Parallel Computing in Native Code- New Trends and Old Friends
- Countdown to MIX09- Even in Trying Financial Times, You Can’t Afford to Stay Home
The Windows PowerShell Team posted a description of the new Interactive remoting feature in CTP3 of PowerShell V2. Not VS related but very cool.
VS2008 KB: Hotfix available for Error message when you debug an application that contains a set of Workflow activities in Visual Studio 2008 SP1: “R6034 – An application has made an attempt to load the C runtime library incorrectly”.
VS2005 KB: Workaround available for MFC 8.0 Wrapper class generated from TypeLib may sometimes contain the wrong members.
New on Visual Studio Gallery: VE Desktop for Microsoft Visual Studio. “VE Desktop for Microsoft Visual Studio is a one-of-a-kind solution that provides application developers with the capability to test application readiness for the network, before passing off the application to network testing and production”.