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Talking ReSharper

This is not a kind of post that you’d recommend as a source of insight but it’s important nevertheless as we’d like to say a random thank you to all the people who have recently pushed ReSharper to the masses by sharing their positive experience in their posts – this, in particular, applies to:
Ben Hall for a prompt independent review of earliest R# 4.0 nightly builds
Matthew Cochran, who reviews code cohesion practices and recommends ReSharper for its set of refactorings
Casey Charlton for pointing out how responsive R# team members can be at times
As well as all of you who announced the advent of the life-giving R# 4.0:
Alex de Groot
Arjan Zuidhof
Chris Alcock
Chris Brandsma
Darrell Russell
Darren Stokes
David Longnecker
Davy Brion
Einar Ingebrigtsen
Gabriel Lozano
George Barbu
Hadi Eskandari
Jan Van Ryswyck
Matthew Podwysocki
Oren Eini
Rinat Abdullin
Simone Chiaretta
Stefan Lieser
Steven Harman
Tim Boland
Will Asrari
and many others!

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3 Responses to Talking ReSharper

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    Will Asrari says:

    February 21, 2008

    You are welcome!

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    Casey Charlton says:

    February 22, 2008

    While Philip K Dick would probably see the funny side of being credited for blogging long after his death, you probably best attribute the post to me instead, as even the greatest of all science fiction authors couldn’t pull that one off!


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    Jura Gorohovsky says:

    February 22, 2008

    Wow! I should probably seek for help concerning my total brain injury of yesterday.
    Luckily, Jean Robert-Houdin was also way beyond his second life when the Chinese Water Torture Cell was first staged.
    And could you please also inspect the post for false references to Hellenistic historians?

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