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From the Dept. of Redundancy Dept.
Please stop coding like this. It hurts my eyes. 62 /// <summary>Check whether any Foobar is available</summary> 63 /// <returns>True / False based on if Foobar is there or not</returns> 64 private bool CheckForFoobar() 65 { 66 if (FoobarHelper.CheckForFoobar() == true) 67 { 68 return true; 69 } 70 else 71 { 72 return false; 73 } 74 } ......

Posted On Thursday, February 5, 2009 4:55 PM

Not really, but hopefully just as cool. Brian Harry has posted a teaser about the upcoming "Team Foundation Server Power Tools - October '08 Release", of which includes a Windows shell extension to TFS. If you’ve never been able to use TortoiseSVN during your development, you’re missing one of the greatest tools available to a Windows developer. Sure, we’ve had SVNBridge for a while now, and it works well with CodePlex, but I never could get comfortable with it for a couple reasons; Checkin policies ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 7, 2008 9:10 AM

Text Template Transformation Toolkit (T4)
On a recent episode of .NET Rocks, I heard a quote along the lines of "Is it easier to write the code that writes the code or to write the code yourself?" If you want to generate some code with a tool, then this post is for you. The T4 has to be the most popular tool that I hear so little about. Like CodeSmith, T4 is a template based code generation engine using ASP-like syntax. The best thing about T4 is that if you have Visual Studio 2008 installed, you already have it. I originally intended to ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 15, 2008 10:30 PM

More MVC Framework for ASP.NET

If you haven't been living under a mushroom, you're most likely aware of Scott Guthrie's posts on Microsoft's new ASP.NET MVC Framework. If you are indeed living under a mushroom, then you can check out Part 3 right here.

Posted On Thursday, December 6, 2007 1:31 PM

MVC Framework for ASP.NET bits
You may have heard about it, now take a peek at it. Scott Hanselman has posted some MVC bits from DevConnections. You can read about it here. There's not a lot yet, but word is that a CTP is around the corner.

Posted On Monday, November 12, 2007 10:57 PM

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