I am happy to announce that I finally released today my first Visual Studio 2012 extension called Git Diff Margin.Continue reading
There are some times in which you need to come to some extreme solutions. Having two days of trials without success to have a portlet running in a local Tomcat with Day portal I came to the following solution.
Shortly why I came to such a solution? I needed to work on some CSS on a portal solution, and the development cycle was taking too long. I had to commit to svn, run a teamcity build which deployed a war to weblogic to finally be able to test my CSS changes. Far too long.Continue reading
If you are a user of the fantastic DropBox tool you might know that you have to organize your folders under a top root folder. This was really an issue for me which I wanted to solve because I like to organize my files in a different manner.
I used the mklink command from a Windows CommandContinue reading
In September 2009 I posted about a tool I am using to build my MSBuild projects from the shell “Build your .NET project with a right click in Windows Explorer”
Last week I changed to MSBuild Launch Pad (mPad) which also add a context menu when you right click your project or solution files.Continue reading
A couple of month ago I was introduced by a colleague to f.lux.
At first I thought, hum ok another software that will just eat some memory for nothing. But after 2 days, in fact 2 evening, yeah I work a lot in front of monitors, I was conquered and I recommend this tool to all like me that spend their days and nights in front of monitors!Continue reading
I am working for a couple of months now with WPF and MVVM on an a business application using .NET Framework 3.5 SP1. Lately I faced a memory leak. Not the easy kind of memory leak with events handlers which keeps objects and its element tree alive, as explained here.
No it was something else ! I searched in our code for quite some time without finding anything.Continue reading
As you might have realized following my blog, I am big fan of JetBrains ReSharper for quite some years! This tool really boost my productivity. Today they just realized ReSharper 4.5 which brings some new functionalities but also a huge improvement in performance.
JetBrains just released a First Candidate release of ReSharper 4.0 marked as Stable!
Date Build # Links Status Comment Known problems Fixed issues 19 May 2008 804 [Download](http://download.jetbrains.com/resharper/ReSharperSetup.4.0.804.16.msi) Beta Candidate **Stable** None [Fixes](http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?reset=true&&type=-2&pid=10241&customfield_10011%3AlessThan=00000000000804.000&customfield_10011%3AgreaterThan=00000000000804.000&resolution=1&sorter/field=issuekey&sorter/order=DESC)
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