Today’s featured link is all about Visual Studio 2012 and code map’s. While some might argue that it is unfair that some of the code quality tools are only available in Visual Studio Ultimate editions (and I’m inclined to agree), I also take cognisance of the fact that there are other 3rd party tools out there that could assist with code quality for a fraction of the price. If you enjoy this link, you might also enjoy one of my earlier posts: Visual Studio 2012 Tips Part 4 – Understand Your Code With Dependency Graphs.
Then Daryl Lucas discusses Visual Studio compiler options. This is a very interesting post and one I believe everyone should read. So head along to his very informative article on the subject.
Lastly, if you aren’t following Sean Sexton’s blog (2,000 Things You Should Know About C#) go visit it and subscribe to the feed. I will bet that there are definitely some things there that you will find interesting and informative. I regularly head over there as I enjoy his short and concise articles.
And that’s it for today! Have a great Wednesday folks! Here is The Daily Six Pack!
Feature link: Visual Studio 2012 Code Map
- What is Visual Studio’s 2012 Code Map All About?, Usman Ur Rehman Ahmed
- Visual Studio compiler options, part 3: Option Compare, Daryl Lucas
- Cumulative Update #11 for SQL Server 2008 SP3, Lee Woods
- Viewing the Call Stack in Visual Studio, Sean Sexton
- TextAnalysisTool.NET update for .NET 2.0 and 64-bit enables the analysis of larger files, David Anson
- Top 10 Tools for Mac and iOS Development, Torrey Betts
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