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Stackoverflow – CodeAcademy – Channel9 – Canadian Developer Connection – Contagious Curiousity
Nuget, Visual Studio extension that makes it easy to add, remove, and update libraries and tools that use the .NET Framework.
KendoUI: HTML5, jQuery-based framework for building modern HTML apps
Less – Less is a CSS pre-processor, meaning that it extends the CSS language, adding features that allow variables, mixins, functions and many other techniques that allow you to make CSS that is more maintainable, themable and extendable.
BLOGS I FOLLOW
Scott Gu Corporate Vice President in the Microsoft Server and Tools Business
Scott Hanselman Web Technologist, speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee.
Phil Haack, worked on ASP.NET MVC and Nuget package manager, and now at GitHub .
Rachel Appel, Senior developer evangelist for Microsoft based in the NYC Metro area.
Susan Ibach , Developer evangelist for Microsoft.
Somasegar Joined Microsoft in 1989 and currently serves as the corporate vice president of the Developer Division.
Jon Skeet, “Jon Skeet is immutable. If something’s going to change, it’s going to have to be the rest of the universe.”…
Nikhil Kothari, creator of Script#
David Heinemeir Hanson, creator of Ruby on Rails and race car driver.
Steve Souders, Head Performance Engineer at Google. Works on web performance and open source initiatives.
TOOLS I USE
MS Visual Studio 2010 VS Profiler Resharper StyleCop LinqPad JQueryPad
Fiddler – QueueExplorer – Agent Ransack
CSS Lint: Validates your CSS code.
JSONLint: JSON Lint is a web based validator and reformatter for JSON, a lightweight data-interchange format.
ILSSPY: ILSpy is the open-source .NET assembly browser and decompiler.
Hanselminutes Dot Net Rocks
You can also get Hanselman’s Super Karate Death Car List of .NET and Software Podcasts.
And the list Microsoft Canadian Developers
Memory Management with Ricky Leeks
Carl and Richard have a discussion with a vegetable. Yeah, that’s right, we interviewed a leek named Ricky Leeks. Beyond all the endless puns, is a great conversation about memory management in .NET. Ricky also lets us know about a free e-book on .NET Memory Management.
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MAC OS Applications I use
Text Editor: Sublime Text 2
WIN tools I Use
Other Apps I Use
WORK SETUP I PREFER
Version Control: Git, GitHub
IDE: Visual Studio 2013 or more recent
Computer: Mac laptop running whatever additional VMs I need
Virtual Machines: Parallels, VirtualBox