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How to hang Visual Studio <= 2013

Simple steps on how to hang visual studio:

  1. Debug a piece that throws an uncatched System.Net.WebException (probably works with many more kinds of exceptions)
  2. In the “WebException was unhandled by user code” pane, press “View Detail…”
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Development

Fetch TFS data using c# code

This post explains that how to fetch data or workitems like acceptance tests, bugs, sprint backlogs from TFS by writing simple c# code. This type of utility is useful to take automated daily sprint reports.  139 more words

Automation

TFS/Visual Studio: View Pending Changes in Other Workspaces

For my reminder list: lots of people forget to checkin/undo changes in TFS of stuff automatically checked out by Visual Studio when investigating a problem in their program. 40 more words

Development

Create a SharePoint Timer Job in Visual Studio 2010

1. Open Visual Studio 2010 and create a new project, select “Empty SharePoint Project”, give it a name and click OK.

2. Deploy as a farm solution; 489 more words

SharePoint 2010

Strategy Combat development screenshot

A screenshot of the Plasma Turret’s code for Strategy Combat in the Integrated Development Environment I am using; Visual Studio Professional 2010.

C++

Beginning with OGDF

What is OGDF

Goals of the Open Graph Drawing Framework (OGDF) were to transfer essential design concepts of AGD and to overcome its main deficiencies for use in academic research. 381 more words

Algorithms

Visual Commander v1.6 adds common code modules for commands and extensions

Visual Commander is a freemium extension for Visual Studio 2010+ allowing you to automate repetitive tasks in the IDE.

Visual Commander Professional v1.6 adds the ability to create common code modules that can be reused from different commands and extensions: … 33 more words

Visual Studio 2010