May 2009

Visual Studio 2010 has support for code contracts that allow to express pre-, post-conditions and invariants to your .NET code. Let’ say you want to create a function to return a random value in a range. This could look like it:

However, at a rough analysis one can find two problems: Second call to…

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Here is a list of new things in Visual Studio 2010 for unmanaged development. Visual Studio IDE: The editor has been rebuilt using WPF http://blogs.msdn.com/jasonz/archive/2009/02/20/a-new-look-for-visual-studio-2010.aspx Ability to zoom in and out, using the Control key and the mouse wheel (a zoom slider control will not be available in this version) http://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2009/02/26/visual-studio-2010-zoom-slider-control/ Dock files (source code…

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Yesterday I have installed Visual Studio 2010 and decided to try my VSBuildStatusAddin. It work on the first try, only with a change to the .AddIn configuration file. Here is some screen shots in Visual Studio 2010. The images above show a new version of the add-in, 1.1.0. This new version provides the following features:…

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Last week Microsoft published on DevLabs a .NET language for building parallel applications, called Axum, and earlier known as Maestro. This new language is build on the architecture of the web, on the principles of isolation, message-passing, fault-tolerance, loose-coupling. It is said to have a more succinct syntax than Erlang, and have the isolation advantage…

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