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We live in a strange world. Information should be free. Tools should be free. Software should be free (and I mean free as in free beer, not as in free speech). Of course, since I make my living (and pay my mortgage) by writing software I tend to disagree. Or rather: I want to get paid for the things I do in the daytime. Next to that I also spend time on projects I feel are valuable for the community, which I do for free. The reason I can do that is because I get paid enough in the daytime to afford ...
Technorati Tags: .net,reflector This is mainly for future self… I don't need to do it often, and always waste time looking around for an add-in before I find the simple answer. Just right-click the assembly, then click "Export…": You'll be prompted for the folder to save to: ...
I have posted before about reading other's code. What happens when you need an example to get ideas from or to better understand usage. Let's face it. Documentation of a language doesn't always give you everything you need to know. If you haven't already found it, Krugle is a good place to look for code sample. It is the Google of code files. It has been around for a while but I don't believe that most developers know about it or use it as much as they might benefit. Try it out. Now you may want ...
tools , reflector , ghostdoc , VS2005 , snippets , software development , wireshark , clr profiler , profiler , ants profiler , fx cop Many times I've been called "The tool-guy" or something like that. That's because people around me know that I love tools, and have a lot of them. And if they don't know it yet, they will know after they come to me with a particular issue. But still, many times I wonder that people do not know the tools, or simply not use them. Practical experiences have given me ...