• .NET

    Where Did My Extensions Go?

    The next major release of JustCode is fast approaching, and we have included previews of some of its major features in the most recent internal build. To support these, we had to make a change to the way in which JustCode loads extensions.
    January 22, 2013
  • .NET

    Developer Resolutions for 2013

    My friend and coworker Chris Eargle wrote a great post on some resolutions for the New Year.  It made me think about how lucky we were to avoid this particular apocalypse (along with all of the others that I've lived through in my 45 years), so I’ve come up with a few developer centric resolutions of my own.
    January 07, 2013
  • .NET

    Are Roaming Settings Coming in Visual Studio vNext?

    Visual Studio Settings in the Cloud is the star feature of the Q3 2012 release of JustCode, and it appears that Microsoft has taken notice. The Microsoft Visual Studio Core IDE Team kicked off the New Year with a survey to gain community input on a feature called "roaming settings".
    January 04, 2013
  • .NET

    Are You a Developer Who Survived the Apocalypse

    Make Some Resolutions! Surviving three apocalypses in two years was so exhausting that I managed to miss three others. We supposedly have five more years before the next, but I fully expect a hipster apocalypse or zombie uprising before then. It may even be the same event if a nefarious person discovers NSA back doors in Apple products. 
    January 03, 2013
  • .NET

    JustCode Code Style Settings for C# - Part 2

    In our previous blog posts on the JustCode Formatter ("Introducing the Formatter" and "Comparing the JustCode Formatter to the Visual Studio Formatter") we showed you what it is and how it works. Our latest post on the formatter detailed the first half of the settings for C#. In this post, we will show the rest of the code style settings for C#.
    December 11, 2012