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  • JaySmith @phatboyg Awesome, I wonder how many java developers look at VS12 and go wow, that looks like Eclipse, or other Java IDE ::::: MENU ::::: about 865 days ago
  • JaySmith @bmsullivan Oh yeah, I do see that little bit of green on the run in debug icon. Just seems like there was more in the beta. about 865 days ago
  • JaySmith @bmsullivan I only see color on the RSharper icon on the toolbar, and solution explorer has none at all. I am using the dark theme. about 865 days ago
  • JaySmith #VS2012 Where did the color in the icons go that was in VS11 Beta???? about 865 days ago

Jay Smith Failing my way to success! Visual Studio
Refactor: Visual Studio Extract Interface
I recently learned about a very cool option in Visual Studio, the ability to extract an Interface from an existing class. This has made me much more comfortable in trying to adhere to a principle of not creating unnecessary code. I often found myself thinking I should create an interface first before creating the concrete implementation even for objects that I didn't have any current plans for extending. This post will show you step by step how to extract an interface from an existing class, so keeping ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 27, 2008 7:56 PM

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