GhostDoc helps with Commenting your Code

GhostDoc is a free add-in for Visual Studio that automatically generates XML documentation comments for C#. Either by using existing documentation inherited from base classes or implemented interfaces, or by deducing comments from name and...

Free Refactoring Tool for ASP.NET

Ooh, ooh, ooh! I just saw this over on Brad Abrams blog I just watched a very cool demo of Refactor! for ASP.NET by Developer Express. This is a free code refactoring tool includes tons...

Silverlight Demo

Microsoft announced some new and very cool technology at Mix in Las Vegas last week. Silverlight (formerly called WPF/E) allows you to run .NET applications in your browser (a bit of an over simplification) and...

TAB auto complete with wildcards

If you use the command shell in XP, then you probably already use the TAB key for auto-complete. One new thing (to me anyways) is that this also works with wildcards, so you can type...

Changing Build Output Verbosity in VS 2005

When builds go wrong, it’s important to know where in the process things broke. The MSBuild default verbosity setting in Visual Studio 2005 is set to minimal but you can change it by going to...

Bloget Alpha 7

Bloget alpha 7 is ready for download. There are the usual little fix ups and polishing here and there. I’ve also spent a bit of time cleaning up unit tests and running code analysis to...

Inserting Quotes in MSBuild Tasks

I’ve finally got around to cracking open the MSBuild documentation and writing a few custom scripts. If you program in Visual Studio 2005, you’re using MSBuild and like most things programming, its worth some time...

136,000 Hours of Dreaming and Counting

I’ve always been fascianated with sleep. I’m not sure why, but its one of the few human behaviors that actually interests me. I remember discovering a book in the University of Michigan Graduate library on...


The picture (use to) really says it all. SimpleWeather is weather without all the fuss and advertisements and endless navigation. I love it!

Publishing to Bloget with Google Docs & Spreadsheets

I’m not sure how long this has been available but you can now post to your blog using Google Docs & Spreadsheets. You can add your blog by clicking the Publish button. In the dialog...
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