Took advantage of a nice feature in ReSharper 8 today. I wanted to grab the current DateTime and display the time only, in 12-hour format with seconds and AM/PM. But I don’t do it often and couldn’t remember the exact format off the top of my head.
I’ve been playing around with VS “14” and the new C# 6 features, but the default theme is burning my eyes out. I tried to install the Visual Studio 2013 Color Theme Editor, but it threw the following error: You can get around this by modifying the manifest file.
Visual Studio 2013 provides two search boxes, similar in functionality but differing considerably in design. The first one, accessible using Ctrl+F, is minimalist, pushed into the corner with all the controls packed together as tightly as possible. The second, accessible using Ctrl+Shift+F, is a more “standard” one,
I was recently offered a complimentary copy of Visual Studio 2013 Cookbook. This was timely, since I focus primarily on the Microsoft stack and use Visual Studio 2012 daily, and our team at work is considering upgrading soon. Before you read further, note that this book is neither an in-depth