Sometimes software surprises me. Somehow it just inexplicably stops working the way we expect it to. What is even more surprising is how somewhere, someone has a solution to this problem you are facing.
I am using Visual Studio Ultimate 2012, and the other day while writing some code for a
Visual Studio 2012 Programmer Tips were fun and very edifying to research and write about. With Visual Studio 2013 around the corner, I have decided to provide all the previous Visual Studio 2012 tips together in one place for your reading pleasure.
Visual Studio 2012 is really a different beast and
The last two weeks I have been developing an application that creates Sales Orders from a web interface. The application is used to return damaged watches and sunglasses to the repair centre.
It creates a Sales Order entry in SYSPRO and makes use of various custom fields to store data not available
One of the best tools I have ever used is Atomineer for Visual Studio. It provides excellent code comments and is far more readable (and makes more sense) than other commenting tools out there.
If you are looking for such a tool, try out Atomineer. It is very affordable and you
In the world of Software Development today, anyone that doesn't protect their intellectual property is setting themselves up for disaster. Luckily, Visual Studio 2012 (as do previous editions of Visual Studio) comes with a community edition of PreEmptive Dotfuscator and Analytics. To compare the editions and other features available in Dotfuscator
Have you ever had to take over a project from a developer who has left the company or did work as an outside contractor and now you need to enhance / add to that code?
As you then probably know, it takes a bit of code surfing to get to know
If you are using Windows 8 and you need to run Visual Studio as Administrator, you could always Right Click on the shortcut, then right click on the Visual Studio icon and then select Run As Administrator. But do you really want to do this each and every time you
Visual Studio 2012 has a quirk that many users despise. The Uppercase menu. Now personally I don't mind it, but some developers simply hate it. Unfortunately, it's not an option you can just enable or disable. Fortunately, there are people out there that have a solution for this (See Reference
The PowerPoint Add-In for Visual Studio Premium and Ultimate users is a great tool to quickly create interface designs that you can provide to your customers. This in turn allows you to gain valuable feedback from them because you can make these designs interactive.
What is even better is that, because