C# REPL – Introducing C# Interactive

C# REPL

C# REPL - With the Visual Studio 2015 Update 1, a C# REPL was snuck in tucked away under View, Other Windows, C# Interactive. So what is a REPL? Well it is a language shell (C# Interactive shell or C# shell) that allows a developer to input expressions which it

Visual Studio Solution Explorer Tips

Visual Studio Solution Explorer

Visual Studio Solution Explorer Tips The Visual Studio Solution Explorer is the one part of the IDE that I'm betting most developers use so often, it tends to melt away in the background of 'doing one's job'. But yet, there it is, an indispensable tool of sheer brilliance waiting to be discovered.

Webucator – C# Online and Onsite Training Classes With Microsoft Certified Instructors

Webucator A while ago I wrote an article on Debugging Lambda Expressions In Visual Studio 2015. The folks over at Webucator were gracious enough to use the article in one of their tutorial videos (see below). 29257

Roslyn And The New Language Features of C# 6

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Roslyn And C# 6 - With Visual 2015 being released, developers were treated to some really cool new language features in C# 6. In this article I will highlight some of the features available and compare some to the old way of doing things.  20489

Debugging Lambda Expressions In Visual Studio 2015

Debugging Lambda Expressions - Visual Studio 2015 has added the ability for developers to debug Lambda Expressions. This is a big improvement for me personally because I quite enjoy using Lambda Expressions. Now I can debug these Lambda Expressions and modify values to test different scenarios. Let's take a look

Visual Studio 2015 IntelliTrace – Enable Historical Debugging

Visual Studio 2015 IntelliTrace - We have all been there. You get given a legacy project that has an error and you need to find it and fix it. Perhaps it is an old project you worked on several months or years ago. If the project was written by someone

PerfTips – Visual Studio 2015 New Features In The Spotlight

PerfTips - How many times have you written timer code to see how long a certain method takes to execute? Perhaps you have a bit of reusable code that you can just plug in to do this. Well stash away that old timer code because as of today with the

Devart Code Compare

Devart Code Compare is a really awesome tool for developers to use. It integrates seamlessly into Android Studio, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA and naturally, Visual Studio. It has also built-in support for the following popular source control systems: TFS, SVN, Git, Mercurial, and Perforce. Today I'm going to look at the standalone