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Reading the ReSharper Code Inspections Reference for Fun!

If you are a ReSharper user, then you will have know that it has a Code Inspection feature that, as well as highlighting errors and warnings, can make suggestions and hints that could improve your code. 114 more words

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Spot the Difference!

There is a new feature of Productivity Power Tools 2013 for Visual Studio called Syntactic Line Compression.  This feature “enables you to make better use of your screen’s vertical real-estate … lines that contain neither letters nor numbers by 25% vertically allowing more lines to be displayed in the editor”. 28 more words

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Why are Polish developers so valued?

Polish software developers are sometimes considered one of the best in the world. This, of course, begs the question: why. I’m personally a Polish software developer and I love writing about web development outsourcing. 270 more words

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Top Tips about Web Design That Anyone Can Follow

You should remain focused of your amusement when worried with web outline administrations. This article will show you how basic this condition of intuition is critical. 316 more words

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Did you Buy a Software Maintenance plan for Your ERP Software yet?

Business is all about spending capital and time to get suitable income by taking better decision. To facilitate the business in this process, a company generally makes use of business… 428 more words

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Basic Knowledge to afford E-Commerce Developers Sydney

Today I’m going to investigate the essential inquiries you should ask while considering eCommerce site architects.

Enthusiasm Grabbing and Easy to Use Web Design

Your potential clients have various options. 479 more words

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Cool little trick to show all the preset variables for your GCC/Clang compiler

Thanks David Berneda for sharing this a while ago:

Cool little trick to show all the preset variables for your GCC/Clang compiler:

clang -E -dM - < /dev/null…

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