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Create New MSTest Projects for Pre .Net 4.5 in Visual Studio 2017

This post outlines the steps to create a new unit test project in Visual Studio 2017 using MS Test V1 and that targets .Net Frameworks prior to .Net 4.5. 277 more words

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Git and Visual Studio - Commit variations

In previous blog post, we learned how to analyze a commit. We now will proceed to understand the various stages of commit and types of them as well. 917 more words


“The breakpoint will not currently be hit. The source code is different from the original version.” What does this mean?


When debugging in Visual Studio, sometimes I add a breakpoint but it’s hollow and VS says “The breakpoint will not currently be hit. The source code is different from the original version.” Obviously this prevents me from being able to debug. 176 more words

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SonarQube - Rejecting Code Check-in when Quality Gates are not met

SonarQube is an Open Source tool for continuous inspection of code quality. It basically does a static code analysis of your entire code base.

The earlier we identify issues, the easier and cheaper it is to address them. 316 more words


Using Visual Studio to Open SQL Files in Management Studio

Within Visual Studio, whether it be through a SQL Server Database project or the TFS Source Control Explorer, you have the ability to open .SQL files.  130 more words

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Testing Environments for Hosting Providers

In this article, we will discuss the licensing rules for service providers who would like to provide testing/development environments for their customers.  We will break down MSDN, SQL Developer edition, and the terms and conditions found in your signed SPLA agreement.   506 more words


Using IValueConverter

I was down in Las Vegas all of last week for the Autodesk Forge DevCon and Autodesk University: a full four days of learning about all of the up and coming Autodesk products and technologies and networking. 800 more words

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