Category Archives: ReSharper

ReSharper Jedi – FizzBuzz in under 4 minutes

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Dear JetBrains, RE: Resharper 4 EAP Nightlies

Dear JetBrains, Thank you for putting it all on the line and having the stones to do public nightly builds as part of your ReSharper 4.0 EAP.  It takes a lot to hang it all out there like that and … Continue reading 

Also posted in .NET, Misc | 8 Comments

ReSharper 4.0 Nightly builds

I just recently found out about this, and may be late on the band wagon, but you can download the ReSharper 4.0 nightly builds for free.  They last ~15 days, so you will have to uninstall the build you have … Continue reading 

Also posted in Advice, IoC | 14 Comments

What I do

 In response to being tagged by Ben Scheirman: I’m a full-time software developer currently working for Wachovia (formerly World Savings) in San Antonio, TX.  I’m a lead developer on the team I’m on.  This doesn’t mean I’m a master developer, … Continue reading 

Also posted in Open source | 5 Comments

Coding C# in Style

I admit it; I’ve got problems. I get itchy when my code isn’t arranged in the right order, I get the shakes when I open a file and see code sprawling all over the place, I get nervous when my … Continue reading 

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Refactoring towards a DRY, fluent interface

But I (Jesus) say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you — Matthew 5:44 Problem In my current project, I … Continue reading 

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ReSharper now supports VB.NET

This may not be news to everyone, but ReSharper now supports VB.NET. Without starting a flame war about which language is better, I just want to let all the VB.NET developers out there that read this to understand that this … Continue reading 

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ReSharper 3.0 – Like a kid in a candy store again

When I first started using ReSharper a couple years ago and with each subsequent release, I’ve had a lot of fun just exploring all of those “little” features that sometimes go unnoticed, but yet, can greatly increase your productivity in … Continue reading 

Also posted in CodingDojo, TDD | Comments Off

Minor change (bug?) in file templates feature of ReSharper 3.0

Notice anything wrong with this? That “File Template 5″ is suppose to say “Class” instead.  I recently upgraded to ReSharper 3.0 from 2.5, and of course brought along all of my ReSharper template libraries that I’ve built up.  One of … Continue reading 

Also posted in CodingDojo, Programming, TDD | 15 Comments

Preliminary thoughts on TDD with MSTest in Orcas

Naysawn, the PM for MSTest, asked that I take a look at the new unit testing features of Orcas, after he read my thoughts on the (sad) current state of MSTest.  Unfortunately, I haven’t yet had a chance to actually … Continue reading 

Also posted in Principles | 6 Comments