Category: Tools/Sites

Programmer’s tools

Here are some of the tools that I currently have installed on my dev machine. Most of them are freeware or have free versions available. IDEs Visual Studio 2003 and 2005 – The essential IDE for any professional windows developer, I only have C# and C++ installed btw to keep resource usage to a minimum. […]

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Personal KM tool

After re-reading Essential COM and ATL internals yet again, I decided to use a knowledge management tool to store all the little pieces of information that’ll help me remember and keep track of all this information easily. After taking a brief look at Evernote, I decided to give WikiPada try, although I am sure my […]

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NDepend 2.0 released

Patrick has released version 2.0 of his absolutely cool code analyzer NDepend .The VisualNDepend tool is looking slick and Code Query Lanaguage looks damn interesting. Also be sure to take a look at the metrics that are generated by NDepend, very nice. Also while you’re at the site be sure to check out his excellent […]

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Configuring TCP/IP for multiple networks

I usually connect to two networks, one at home and one at work, both networks have different static IP addresses etc. thus switching between then was a pain. Some research showed that I can use netsh command line utility to quickly configure network settings for various networks. Basically you can save the current network settings […]

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