Team Foundation Power Tool

COOLNESS!!! The Process Template Editor is the tool that I worked on with Joel Semeniuk, it is now part of the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Power Tool.

It is also presented on Channel9

http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=285202

http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=285627 

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Foundations: Using Templates to Customize WPF Controls — MSDN Magazine, January 2007

Holy crap I need to ramp up…

Debugging… or not…

July 22, 2006

I was working happily in Visual Studio 2005 (with Visual Basic) when all of the sudden I couldn’t debug anymore.  It pops up this error message:

To debug this module, change its project build configuration to Debug mode. To suppress this message, disable the “warn if no user code on launch” debugger option.

Here is how I got it to work again:

Project | Properties | Compile tab | Advanced Compile Options…

Set the Generate debug info to pdb-only… Somehow this setting was set to None.

No idea how but there it is…

Wow, I never knew String.Format can do so much…

 Kathy Kam : .NET Format String 101

These are the industry-accepted standard naming conventions for J#, C# and VB.NET programs… too bad I'm stuck in a PowerBuilder shop that forces us to use PowerBuilder-like naming convention (using prefixes to signify data type and scope)

.NET Naming Conventions and Programming Standards (C#.Net, VB.Net, J#.Net) and Best Practices