I just made a post on my blog about moving from home hosted web applications to hosted web applications. I’m currently struggling on whether I want to move my photos from my home hosted, and customized verions of nGallery to something larger like Flickr.
We have a few positions open on our test team at the moment. The title for these positions is SDET (software design engineer in test) which is somewhat of a unique position at Microsoft. Scott Louvau on our team posted a good article regarding what an SDET is and you can read this at http://blogs.msdn.com/scottlo/archive/2005/06/29/434121.aspx.
In this DevNugget, .net Developer Evangelist G. Andrew Duthie (aka *.net DEvHammer), shows you how you can quickly and easily create and register a custom XSD schema that allows get Intellisense and validation of your schema within the Web Form source view window.*
How to add a custom intellisense and validation schema to Visual Web Developer 2005
Web Application Projects 1.0 is live!
New since RC1:
Team Build Support with VSTS
Strongly-typed access to resources defined in App_GlobalResources
Edit and Continue Support (To Enabled check Project Properties Web Tab)
Numerous bug fixes….
Web Application Projects now provided a similar development style and compilation model as was used in Visual Studio 2003,
In case you have observed any slowness in your source view around typing or arrowing through code, here are a few tips that may help.
1. Turn off background HTML validation. Go to Tools / Options and select Text Editor / HTML / Validation in the tree view on the left side.
Mikhail Arkhipov on our team recently developed a spell checker add-in to Visual Studio 2005 that allows you to spell check the contents of your ASP.NET or HTML page in HTML view. You need to have Office 2003 installed on your machine in order for this feature to work.