For those of you in or around, you might be interested in knowing that on Oct 2 2007, the North of Toronto .Net User Group will be holding their very first meeting, by hosting a ‘Developer Night in Canada’. The topic for the evening is ‘Bringing the Power of the .NET Framework to Your Existing Application‘.
Registration for this event is required, and can be done at http://msevents.microsoft.com….
Check out the sequel to this post, “15+ FREE Visual Studio Add-Ins – Part 2“
After some extensive researching (Googling), I’ve compiled this list of 15+ FREE Add-ins for Visual Studio 2005. Some of these add-ins will help improve the quality of your code, while others will help you code faster, however, none are guaranteed to help you get with the ladies.
If there’s an add-in that I’ve missed and you think that it should be added to this list, just post a comment with the name, URL, and a brief description. But before doing so, make sure that it meets the following strict requirements: a) It must run within Visual Studio 2005. b) It must be free.
So without further ado, here’s my list of 15+ Free Visual Studio 2005 Add-Ins …
Well apparently, because today is the 1111 1111th day of the year, it’s unofficially "Programmer’s Day". This day only comes around once a year, so here’s your excuse to turn off your monitors and leave your parent’s basement to go out into the real world for a bit and celebrate.
Yes, you read that correctly. According to the latest W3Counter Global Stats, Linux has finally surpassed Windows in PC market share.