Monthly Archives: April 2011

Pluralsight Webcast: Agile Environments

On the 5th May, in collaboration with our partners Pluralsight, we will be doing a webcast on Agile environments: – What exactly is an Agile environment – Best practices for setting up environments with TeamCity, YouTrack and an OSS stack … Continue reading

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Free upgrade to ReSharper 6 starts today + decompiler gets a name

Some great news today in the .NET tools department! First of all, any ReSharper 5 new or upgrade purchases made since today, April 26, 2011, qualify for a free upgrade to ReSharper 6!. That means, if you or your employer … Continue reading

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TechDays Belgium and The Netherlands

We’ve only just come back from Mix 11 and are already preparing things for the next great .NET events taking place in Europe: TechDays Belgium and DevDays The Netherlands. With over 3.000 delegates registered, it’s cut out to be a … Continue reading

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Name for .NET decompiler anyone?

We’ve got a cool brainstorming session underway! You can take part, too: just go to JetBrains Facebook page and suggest a name for the upcoming free .NET decompiler from JetBrains. Free personal licenses to any 5 JetBrains tools and a … Continue reading

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Using dotCover to Cover Applications, with or without ReSharper

One of the main benefits of Code Coverage is that it allows us to detect certain areas, branches or lines of code that are not covered during a test run, which could lead to potential issues in production. We often … Continue reading

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Use Alt+Enter in Microsoft Word for spell checking quick-fixes

Sometimes we receive feedback on the most popular ReSharper keyboard shortcut, Alt+Enter, not being available outside of Visual Studio. This is a bit confusing for ReSharper users working in Microsoft Word where spell-checking comes with a curly underline for grammar … Continue reading

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ReSharper 6 Enhances Razor Support

Previous posts introducing ReSharper 6: ReSharper 6 EAP is Open; Details on JavaScript Support CSS Support in ReSharper 6 ReSharper 6 Bundles Decompiler, Free Standalone Tool to Follow ReSharper 6 Enhances Suggestions with Explanations ReSharper 6 Introduces support for JavaScript … Continue reading

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dotCover 1.1, dotTrace 4.5 Performance Beta Releases

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of dotCover 1.1 Beta and dotTrace 4.5 Performance Beta. Having opened Early Access Programs for both products just over a month ago, and based on the feedback received, we are now ready … Continue reading

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MIX…Here we come!

We are going to MIX! As one of the premier Microsoft conferences focused on Web Technology, MIX is all about Web, and we are going to be there to show what we have in stock for Web Developers. With the … Continue reading

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Pluralsight’s Weekly Webcast: ReSharper Tips and Tricks

James Kovacs just keeps on rocking! Following the launch of the online ReSharper training course by Pluralsight last month, James follows up with a webcast called “ReSharper Tips and Tricks”. Make sure to join the webcast tomorrow, on April 7, … Continue reading

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