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Quarters – ConfigurationSections

At my first session on Quarters I presented a best practice for maintaining configuration sections in configuration files (web.config / app.config) by using custom sectionGroups and sections. The main advantages of using sectionGroups are: 1. Separate configuration elements into logical groups. 2. Add validation and constraint on configuration elements. 3. Return typed values instead of [...]

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Fences – Small but yet cool application

Since many people here are using it, I thought sharing it with all of you folks. Fences is a small application that lets you organize your desktop shortcut icons into groups. A feature I found very useful is the ability to create snapshots of the desktop, so incase things go wrong and your icons get [...]

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Nuget – Try it now !!!

What’s Nuget ? Nuget is a Visual Studio extension that makes it easy to install and update open source libraries and tools in Visual Studio. Nuget has many cool features which often simplify the everyday development tasks. Instead of re-writing an intro, go and read the detailed info on the Nuget’s site. Why should I [...]

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IsNullOrWhiteSpace

For those of you who didn’t pay attention (like me until now) there’s a String.IsNullOrWhiteSpace which checks that the string is not null, not empty and does not contain only white-space characters. This is actually the big brother of String.IsNullOrEmpty. Hope you find it helpful, Yair

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.NET 4 & Visual Studio 2010 – By ScottGu’s

For those of you who are currently  using VS 2010, and for those of you who should, these series of posts by Scott Guthrie (VP at Microsoft) are a great introductory of the new features presented in the new .NET4 and VS2010 IDE.  This guy is one of two people I consider worth following amongst Microsoft’s personnel, since [...]

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