Monthly Archives: July 2014

ReSharper 9: first look at C# 6.0 support

Today we want to share some details on our progress in supporting the new language features coming in C# 6.0. While most of the changes in C# 6.0 are relatively small, they will definitely affect the existing ReSharper actions, quick-fixes, … Continue reading

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Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Lambdas and LINQs

This is the third post in the series. The previous ones can be found here: Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Boxing and Collections Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Strings Today, we’re going to uncover the common … Continue reading

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Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Strings

This is the second post in the series. The other ones can be found here: Unusual ways of boosting up app performance. Boxing and Collections Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Lambdas and LINQs This post will focus on … Continue reading

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dotPeek 1.2 Is Released

We have finally finished fine-tuning the new version of dotPeek, our free .NET decompiler and assembly browser. Please download dotPeek 1.2 that receives a new superpower and learns how to walk in symbol server shoes. Highlights of this update include: … Continue reading

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Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Boxing and Collections

This is a first post in the series. The other ones can be found here: Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Strings Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Lambdas and LINQs Many developers today are familiar with the … Continue reading

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