International Association of Software Architects (IASA) Tampa Bay Chapter

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For those of you who might not know about the IASA, it is the premier association focused on the software architecture profession and promotes the advancement of best practice and education while delivering programs and services to IT architects of all levels around the world. The association is committed to... Read more

Standalone FxCop Multi-Targeting Rules

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Last week, I talked about a new FxCop rule that Krzysztof released to help deal with some issues around multi-targeting. In one of the comments to this post, I was asked to add this rule to the Subtext FxCop rule set. As I started working... Read more

Multi-Targeting FxCop Rules

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Last month, I talked about multi-targeting, one of the new features in Visual Studio 2008. According to Krzysztof, the idea of Red and Green bits made this possible. Everything sounds good, so far. However, there is a very limited number of APIs that have been added to... Read more

Organization using Outlook

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A few days ago Scott Hansleman talked about how he’s trying to keep the (apparently) massive amount of email organized using Outlook. He presents some interesting ideas, including creating folders that represent actions, a different inbox folder for each mailing list and separate folders for each project. Looking at... Read more

.NET Framework Library Source Code

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I’m sure most of you are familiar with Reflector. If you’re not you should download it immediately and become familiar with it. It is an invaluable tool for looking at .NET assemblies and decompiling them to C#, Visual Basic or even IL. I have used both Reflector and <a... Read more