Monthly Archives: January 2006

Debugger Visualizers and arrays

All of a sudden I was hit by multiple sources on Debugger Visualizers. A Debugger Visualizer is a way to create a different view on a .NET type during debugging. It will show itself as a magnifying glass when you … Continue reading

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Releases for VS2005RTM

Just a set of links to stuff that has been released for the VS2005 RTM: Enterprise Library 2.0 Visual Studio 2005 Extensions for Windows Workflow Foundation Beta 1.2 (from Marc van de Wert‘s log) Now you know as well.

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Dutch Developer Days 2006

The website for the Developer Days 2006 in The Netherlands has been updated to include the sessions. I guess the sessions overview still needs a bit of work, because there’s a lot of typos in session names and names of … Continue reading

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Array casting weirdness

The .NET runtime is type-safe. Sometimes compilers perform magic for us, that make us think that one type is substitutable for another. VB.NET is such an example. The VB compiler will cast and convert for you automatically if possible. You … Continue reading

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Page level event handlers with VS2005

Until recently I could not find a way to add a page level event handler for a ASP.NET 2.0 web page. I mean, you can type it if you know what the name of the event and the signature of … Continue reading

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