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These aren't new, but better late than never... Ten Must-Have Tools Every Developer Should Download Now: http://msdn.microsoft.com/m... NUnit to write unit tests NDoc to create code documentation NAnt to build your solutions CodeSmith to generate code FxCop to police your code Snippet Compiler to compile small bits of code Two different switcher tools, the ASP.NET Version Switcher and the Visual Studio .NET Project Converter Regulator to build regular expressions .NET ......

Ubuntu Linux has made it pretty simple to try out their OS. You can simply download and burn the ISO image from the website or they'll even send you a CD in the mail for free. Either way, once you get the disc you can boot from it and try out Ubuntu without having to install a thing. It just goes through an initialization process in order to run and automatically cleans up after itself when you shut it down. If you find yourself enjoying the Ubuntu experience you can take it a step further and download ......

Two useful MSDN security articles on preventing SQL injection attacks... Stop SQL Injection Attacks Before They Stop You: http://msdn.microsoft.com/m... New SQL Truncation Attacks And How To Avoid Them: http://msdn.microsoft.com/m... ......

A short and sweet article about writing “nested functions” in C#: http://www.codeguru.com/columns/vb/article.php/c12749/.


This article presents several approaches to building a high-performance socket server and ultimately goes with the asynchronous I/O solution: http://msdn.microsoft.com/m... It mentions a way to build a socket object pool (by taking advantage of Socket.Disconnect) and new .Net 2.0 features that make it easier to debug socket servers (via tracing) ......