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Microsoft Source Analysis for C#

Microsoft Source Analysis for C# (aka StyleCop) is designed to help you enforce a set of best practice style and consistency rules. It can be run from inside Visual Studio or via MSBuild, however if you're planning to use the Visual Studio integration then you should be aware of this rather nasty bug. Hopefully the bug will be addressed soon. Link: Microsoft Source Analysis for C# Link: Source Analysis Blog Tags: C# , Microsoft , Visual Studio

Forehead slapping with DateTime.AddDays()

A little note to remember when working with DateTime.AddDays(). Luckily I only spent a few minutes with my code stuck in an infinite loop before googling, but still.. Technorati tags: C#

The Most Useful .NET Utility Classes Developers Tend To Reinvent Rather Than Reuse

Wow, what a post title. It's a couple of weeks old, but this list over at haacked.com is a quick list of classes that developers tend to code themselves rather than use what's provided in the framework. The constant reinvention is symptomatic of a large and comprehensive framework - there's so much in there, it's sometimes hard to know where to look for something that does what you're trying to do. Looking through the list was quite refreshing. There were a few obvious ones such as System.IO.Path.Combine, however I'd never thought that a framework which is destined to...

ReSharper 3.0 released

ReSharper 3.0 is now out of beta and available for download. So far I've installed it on both b0xes I develop on, but haven't really used it as yet. I have to confess, there's not a lot in the new release which has wowed me so far - although I'm hoping the XAML support might be useful in the near future. The addition of 'code suggestions' also sounds like something that will be quite welcomed - there were a few situations before where ReSharper would 'warn' you about things which were fairly legitimate. It'll be nice now to receive...