Hotfixes for Visual Studio 2010 available

Visual Studio team has already delivered patches and fixes on areas in which you have had some concerns. In this article I want to walk you through some of the latest improvements that are currently available for you to download. Help Viewer Power tool, Insufficient Memory, Scrolling Context Menu, Find And Replace Dialog, and Color Printing fixes. More...

MSBuild 4.0 and MSBuild 3.5 problems on TFS Continuous Integration server

Have you ever had problems with transformation your build server to new project configuration, new version of .NET Framework or MSBuild? If you answer yes and your configuration connected to TFS build server and MSBuild 3,5 or 4.0 than this article for you. Maybe you have mistakes MSB3644 or "MSB3245: Could not resolve this reference. Could not locate the assembly "RadDock.Net2". Check to make sure the assembly exists on disk. If this reference is required by your code, youmay get compilation errors." on you your build machine? More...

New Features for Silverlight 5

 New Features for Silverlight 5

Do you know that Silverlight Firestarter event where ScottGu made a keynote where he told about the future of Silverlight. There were some demos of Silverlight by SAP and IIS Media Server 4.0 new features by Chris Knowlton who demoed how to stream webcam pic to desktop, Windows Phone 7 and iPad. There was also demo about system called day force. But let’s go to new stuff now. In this postingI will introduce you fresh news I just got about Silverlight 5 new features. More...

Continuous Integration and build engineering in Microsoft .NET

In this article will be introduction to Continuous Integration in .NET. I will use two cool book regarding to this topic: "Addison.Wesley.Continuous.Integration.Jun.2007" and "Deploying .NET applications. Learning MSBuild and ClickOnce" which you can download at the end of this article. I will do some kind of book review with best for my opinion phrases, questions and advices. Have you ever heard the term “integration hell”?

Continuous Integration in .NET

It is a situation where it takes more time to integrate the changes into the code base than to develop them. Normally the developer takes a repository snapshot to work with. While he is working on his copy the main code base changes because other developers submit their changes. But he has to eventually submit his work. That’s when all (integration) hell may break loose. More...