July 17, 2010
Adding a new post to my blog was always a daunting task. I had to follow these steps:
Write the post on Windows Live Writer
Publish it and get the post link
Submit to DotNetKicks and get their counter html
Submit to DotNetShoutout and get their counter html
Prepare html for my CodeProject blog feed
Edit the post and add the html I’ve collected in the previous steps
Well, no more!
Inspired by Guy Burstein’s post I’ve decided to write my own Live Writer Plug-in that will handle all of this mess for me.
In order to test the plug-in...
July 12, 2010
In this post I’ll show you how to configure your Visual Studio 2010 to step into the source code of .NET Framework 4.0
Because its cool.
Because it helps with debugging. Not only you can see the code but you can step into it.
Because unlike with Reflector, you get the code with the original comments and variable names!
Step 1: Download Source
Go to http://referencesource.microsoft.com/netframework.aspx
Download from the line marked with Product Name: .Net , Version: 4 That's a 175MB download.
Step 2: Install Source
Install “Net_4.msi”, which you have downloaded at the previous step.
I’ve installed it into: “D:\RefSrc\” The installed size...