If you’re in love with Visual Studio as I am, you would probably prefer to do all of your coding day in and day out in Visual Studio. However, sometimes some languages may not appear as if they are supported in Visual Studio. One of those languages is C. Visual Studio is well known for … Continue reading Creating a C Project in Visual Studio
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Solved: devenv.exe–Entry Point Not Found in Visual Studio 2012 RC
If you recently installed the Office 15 public preview alongside Visual Studio 2012 RC, you more than likely encountered the following error: It seems Microsoft is well aware of this issue and has issued a patch for Visual Studio 2012. It apparently has something to do with the Office 15 preview breaking your VS2012 install… … Continue reading Solved: devenv.exe–Entry Point Not Found in Visual Studio 2012 RC
.NET Reflector’s Prices Have … Doubled?
For those who know me know I’m a huge fan of RedGate’s .NET Reflector. I’ve used it since the days it was originally released for free (before RedGate’s announcement on Feb 2, 2011). Since then, I’ve held onto my copy, which according to its license terms says I can use my copy as long as … Continue reading .NET Reflector’s Prices Have … Doubled?
Have a Kinect? The Kinect for Windows SDK May Be Right For You
Microsoft today released the Kinect for Windows SDK. The highly anticipated development kit is just in beta at this moment but it does offer what many have been anticipating (and what others have already accomplished through self-brewed drivers), connecting and using a Kinect with a PC. Not only is this product still in Beta, but … Continue reading Have a Kinect? The Kinect for Windows SDK May Be Right For You