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Fix MSDN .SDK nuggets.
It is too early to see if this will live up to promises... but way cool if it does!!! Info from the site: "Welcome to the MSDN Wiki Beta! On this site you can add content to VS 2005 documentation topics and edit contributions from other users. Our goal is to extend the documentation with code examples, tips and tricks, and other information that you add. To learn more about this site, check out our FAQ. To report bugs, make suggestions, and ......

Posted On Monday, June 12, 2006 9:53 AM

A Handy Method Stub Nugget in the Form of a Smart Tag
As most developers these days, I try to do as much design as possible prior to diving into coding. Typically, ever project consists of UML in one shape or another. Usually the design takes shape with class, activity, and sequence diagrams. Depending on your task or company’s documentation requirements, you may or may not model every state or behavior in every class you design. Personally, I try to publish my public methods and properties since this is my API to the class. Protected and private ......

Posted On Sunday, June 11, 2006 8:11 PM

Script# - A nugget worthy of checking out.
Nikhil Kothari is a web architect at Microsoft. He has put together a cool new nugget called Script# that rivals Google's GWT. The tool is a script (think AJAX) code generator that allows you to write JavaScript using C#. I blogged on his site and questioned the fit between Script# and Atlas. At this point, Script# is just a side research project of his. He may be placing it out on the Microsoft’s new code project site, CodePlex, but if MS has any plans of using it... I would bet, NO. Now to ......

Posted On Sunday, June 4, 2006 4:39 PM

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