I’m looking forward to working with Visual Studio 2010 in (hopefully) the near future. This little gem came across my RSS reader; an intellisense-like experience for editing XAML.
XAML Intellisense Presenter
And on a side note… can you spot the user experience bug in the screen shot above? :)
Here's a smattering of software I wouldn't want to be without on my Windows work computer:
FastStone Capture for Windows
This is a great screen capture utility. Unobtrusive, efficient, powerful, simple & easy to use.
Visual differencing and merging tool for Windows.
Free Microsoft tool for synchronizing folder pairs.
Secure password storage program. Main build for Windows; builds available for Linux/Mac and handheld platforms.
Secure screen sharing. Help family and friends with their computer problems.
It's not my primary browser but the developer plugins can be life savers.
Powerful text editor. I know there are others out there that developers like; this is one I've been using for years... it's quite good. Perhaps if I have time I'll play with other text editors I've heard about.
21. January 2008
I'm getting some error messages from SQL 2005 when I try to run a stored procedure from an assembly I've put together (specifically a System.Security.HostProtectionException).
Sooo... I googled a line from the exception message, "The demanded resources were: SharedState" and didn't get a lot of hits. I haven't tried ask.com in a while, so I gave that a whirl. Here's a screen shot of the results:
If no one can help me with the HostProtectionException, can someone tell me what the connection is to vampires?
“Since human beings themselves are not fully debugged yet, there will be bugs in your code no matter what you do.”
Chris Mason - Microsoft
Anatomy of a Software Bug