Code Comments are essential to every programmer’s job. It is especially important if you’re the programmer that needs to understand what the code needs to do. The problem is that code comments are many times a tedious affair and not many programmers keep it up throughout the project. That is why I am a big believer (and active user of) Atomineer, probably one of the best code comments tools I have ever used. See the review: Atomineer Pro Documentation for Visual Studio 2012.
Then, Visual Studio solutions can contain a large number of projects. By default Visual Studio loads all the projects in a solution when the solution is opened. It also does not allow you to access any projects until all of them have finished loading. Enter the solution load manager.
Lastly, what would The Daily Six Pack be without a link regarding Xbox One. Love it or hate it, the choice is a personal one (Mind the pun). For me, the jury is still out on that one (okay, this is getting old).
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