Monthly Archives: December 2007

Refactoring in Visual Basic 2005 and 2008

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Quite regularly, when I’m speaking at a conference or teaching a course, I’ll have someone come up and ask me about the refactoring tool I used during a demo. It’s not that well known but just before Visual Studio 2005 was released, Microsoft partnered with Developer Express to provide a FREE refactoring add-in for anyone with a license… Continue reading Refactoring in Visual Basic 2005 and 2008

Using Visual Studio 2008 with SharePoint 2007 at Toronto SharePoint UG on December 19

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Fellow ObjectSharpee and all around good guy, Barry Gervin, will be presenting at the next meeting of the Toronto SharePoint User Group. Here’s the announcement:  Please join your peers on Wednesday, December 19 at 6:00pm for a presentation on “Using Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 with SharePoint 2007.” Visual Studio 2008 introduced new templates for dealing… Continue reading Using Visual Studio 2008 with SharePoint 2007 at Toronto SharePoint UG on December 19

DevTeach Toronto – Call for Speakers

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It seems like DevTeach Vancouver was just last week… uh, OK, it was just last week. That fact aside, the call for speakers for DevTeach Toronto (May 12 to 16) has just gone out. My two compadres, Barry Gervin from ObjectSharp and Chris Dufour from the East of Toronto .NET User Group join myself and veterans Mario Cardinal and… Continue reading DevTeach Toronto – Call for Speakers