JetBrains .NET Tools Blog is Here!
JetBrains ReSharper 2.0 is out (yay!) and so we’re launching a new JetBrains .NET Tools blog.
We’re going to collect interesting bits and pieces of information related to .NET productivity tools, primarily JetBrains ReSharper and JetBrains dotTrace Profiler. You will also learn about some of the more intriguing and beneficial features of these useful applications as we highlight them in the blog.
Here’s what’s going to come your way very soon:
- Tips & Tricks. Everything you always wanted to know about ReSharper and dotTrace but were afraid to ask! This category will include some of the more inconspicuous, yet extremely useful features of our .NET tools. Go exploring and you’ll be sure to discover some hidden treasures.
- News and Events. Announcements and news will be published in the blog. Significant .NET events and other developments will not go unnoticed either.
- Links and Opinions. When someone else writes or says something of interest about ReSharper or dotTrace, you’ll see it here. Many current developers are hooked on ReSharper, and we’re only happy to let them say it in their own words.
- How-To’s. Taking further the idea of Tips and Tricks section, we’ll write about actual development scenarios where serious challenges were tackled and overcome with ReSharper’s and/or dotTrace’s help.
You’re very welcome to comment and participate in JetBrains .NET Tools Blog. See you there!
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