Parallels Desktop – Run Visual Studio On Your Mac

Parallels Desktop

Parallels Desktop 10 - Do you love your Windows Applications and wish you could run them on your Mac? Well as some of you might or might not know, Parallels Desktop is the perfect solution for you. I write software for a living, so I am what I guess you would

Acunetix WVS – Audit Your Website Security

Acunetix WVS

Acunetix WVS - I have been checking out Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner and the awesome features it provides. As a software developer, I can definitely see a benefit to the guys and girls of my trade. Acunetix WVS audits your website security by running a host of tests. It then provides a concise report

CodeSmith Generator Projects And Visual Studio

CodeSmith Generator Projects

CodeSmith Generator Projects allow developers to manage a batch of CodeSmith Generator templates and outputs. All this is done in a single CodeSmith Generator Project file (.csp). This is great for when you need to generate several code templates that are logically grouped together by their implementation. Think of data

Visual Studio Integration Of CodeSmith Generator

Visual Studio Integration - In the previous article I showed you how to create a quick template in CodeSmith Generator Studio. If you remember how easy it was to do, you will most certainly love this article on integrating CodeSmith Generator inside Visual Studio. It is just as easy. Ultimately,

CodeSmith Generator – Creating Your First Template

CodeSmith Generator Projects

CodeSmith Generator - I love automating repetitive tasks when programming. Sometimes this isn't as easy as it sounds. I have specific Visual Studio Templates for specific projects. As I build on the previous template (Improve or expand), I create a new template and export that. There is however one thing

USB Security Suite – Secure Your PC

USB Security Suite

USB Security Suite - I am always wondering how far a person could (should) take the security of your laptop or personal computer. The question you should be asking yourself is how sensitive the data is on your PC? I say that you can't be secure enough. Personally, I wouldn't