ProjectProperties->Signing vs AssemblyInfo

Daniel Moth questioned the move from source attribute to project properties.  Here’s my insight on 2 of the reasons.  First the disclaimer: This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights. The content of this posting contains my own personal opinions and does not represent my employer’s view in anyway. The 2…

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Remodel Marches On

Well, my house is half torn apart and the new parts are about half-built.  There’s not much to talk about here at work, as we’re busy finishing off the last few bugs and getting everything up to snuff.  The question in my mind is which will finish first, my house or Whidbey… –Grant

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Home Remodeling and Software Maintenance

I just finished signing the final paperwork to begin remodeling our home.  Along with the paperwork came a fairly large budget.  What strikes me as interesting is that it actually costs more to add on to a house than it does to build things from scratch.  After thinking about this for a while, it kind…

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Not-so-new C# Compiler Features

So a while back somebody asked what new compiler features were coming out for Whidbey that weren’t part of new language features.  Well you’ve already heard about Edit and Continue.  There’s also the really cool Refactoring built into the IDE and built off of the compiler’s source-code analysis.  As an attempt to improve the debugging…

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More on 64-vs-32

OK, this isn’t a really meaty post, it’s more of a collection of a few ideas that have been rattling around in my head for a while.  I kept hoping they’d develop into something bigger, or I’d have time to research/investigate them more, but nothings happened, so I’ll just dump them as is. So when…

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