When you’re doing unittesting in a project, there are two more shortcuts that would be nice to have.
These days, I’m running tests more often than I’m running the app, so why stop at having only the F5 so available for running the app in the debugger? Continue reading “Shortcuts for unittesting”
Code snippets are pre-created pieces of code, and Visual Studio supports two kinds of them. Expanding code snippets and surrounding code snippets. You can get started with code snippets right away, since Visual Studio ships with lots of them.
So, how do they work? Well, the expanding code snippets are the easiest to use; you select a snippet by typing in a couple of letters in the editor, and press TAB once or twice to get the code. Continue reading “What’s cool about Code Snippets?”
In my previous article about keyboards shortcuts I promised a follow-up.
Well, here it is:
Many of the keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio are chords. This means that the shortcut is actually a sequence of keypresses. Continue reading “Your second handfull of VS2008 Shortcuts”
When teaching programming, I tend to do a lot of live coding. Coding in front of a live audience is special, and I take special care to try to do it right the first time, and also do it as quickly as possible at the same time. Continue reading “Your first handfull of VS2008 keyboard shortcuts”