Want a treat? Get others to send you an invite :P

Here’s an example of my “idle mind at work”… writing code just for the heck of it… SendKeys.SendWait(“^({ESC})”); Thread.Sleep(500); SendKeys.SendWait(“run”); Thread.Sleep(1000); SendKeys.SendWait(“{ENTER}”); Thread.Sleep(500);   String currentRecepients = “<your To List>”;//Enter all emails separated by semi colons   SendKeys.SendWait(“mailto:” + currentRecepients + “;”;//+ WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name.Split(‘\\’)[1]); Thread.Sleep(500); SendKeys.SendWait(“{ENTER}”); Thread.Sleep(500); SendKeys.SendWait(“treat from me at barista… today 4:30pm”); SendKeys.SendWait(“{TAB}”); SendKeys.SendWait(“no…

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Once I was a College Student

<re-published from my old blog> So there I was, sitting at my desk staring at the computer screen working on VS 2010 and exploring a bit of F#. I just sat back and started reflecting on my college days and the interviewing season in the 7th semester. All of us, revising all our technical knowledge,…

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Creating your own Visual Studio code snippets

<re-published from my old blog>  Some time back I got thinking… everytime I start reading mails in the C# discussion alias at my company or Eric Lippert’s explanations of why the supposedly peculiar behaviour is in fact logical… the first thing I do is open up my very extensively used “ExperimentalConsoleApplication” solution in Visual Studio, comment…

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PEXing your way to better quality

OK. So my previous blog talked about some issue in PEX. What I realized is that I should have a small blog on what PEX is all about. Though I’m sure that a simple search (like this one here) would come up with a lot of relevant results I’ll give it a shot. Well here goes….

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PEX – invalid detour, process is not instrumented

I got the above error the other day while experimenting with moles. I got it at the below line: [TestMethod]public void MyUnitTestMethod(){    //some code     MMyClassToBeTested.Constructor = (myClassObject) => { return; };    //some code} At first I thought maybe I’ve written the lambda wrong, so re-wrote that. Tried various other things, finally even deleted the…

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Data-tier applications in Visual Studio 2010

Today I was attending this session on SQL, all that’s new to the market like SQL Azure, improvements & enhancements in VS 2010 and so on. He started off with how they went about finding out the pain points that software professionals faced. And, I realized one thing: a lot of these pain areas were…

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