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JUN11
Code Documentation: The Complete Beginner’s Guide

[image]You’re a little ways into your first programming job, and things are getting easier. At first, all the code you had to deal with might have overwhelmed and confused you, but you’re starting to get the hang of it. That’s great! Now you’re...

SubMain News by Eric Boersma
MAY28
C# Class: A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Get You Started

[image]When you first start out with C#, you’ll surely begin by creating a class. This is true whether you’re creating the code by hand or having a tool do it for you. The class is one of the most basic elements of the C# language. It serves many...

SubMain News by Phil Vuollet
MAY14
Code Review Tools: The Different Kinds and 3 You Must Have

[image]Code review is one of the most common topics here on the SubMain blog. Today’s post covers this subject again, this time attacking a very specific angle: code review tools. If you’ve been a software developer for a while, you’re probably...

SubMain News by Carlos Schults
APR30
XML Comments: Using Them in XML and Other Languages

[image]Does the term “XML comments” confuse you? Well, rest assured. You’re not alone. “Does that refer to comments inside an XML file?” you might wonder. Or maybe you have this vague notion that it has something to do with some kind of...

SubMain News by Carlos Schults
APR28
CodeIt.Right for VS2019

CodeIt.Right v2019 Bate is now available! You need this version if you want to use CodeIt.Right with Visual Studio 2019. Older version licenses Note to the CodeIt.Right v3.x users: The v3.x (or earlier) license codes won’t work with the v2019. For users with License Protection and active Software Assurance subscription, we will be sending out the v2019 license codes. Alternatively, you can retrieve your v2019 licenses at the My Account page right now. Users without the License Protection or...

SubMain News by Serge Baranovsky
APR16
C# Operators: A Detailed Guide to All Of Them

[image]Every programming language has operators. Operators are the components of the language that, well, operate on variables—mostly. Most C# operators are symbols such as % and ??. And some are words, like async and is. In this guide, you’ll...

SubMain News by Phil Vuollet
APR10
Released: GhostDoc v2019

GhostDoc v2019 is now available! You need this version if you want to use GhostDoc with Visual Studio 2019. Older version licenses Note to the GhostDoc v2018 users: The v2018.x (or earlier) license codes won’t work with the v2019. For users with License Protection and active Software Assurance subscription, we will be sending out the v2019 license codes. Alternatively, you can retrieve your v2019 licenses at the My Account page right now. Users without the License Protection or with expired...

SubMain News by Serge Baranovsky
APR2
Visual Studio Comment Shortcuts: Make Yourself More Efficient

[image]By now, we all know Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V like the backs of our hands. Heck, some developers write entire programs using these copy/paste shortcuts! But what about using other shortcuts to make yourself more efficient? That’s right, I’m...

SubMain News by Phil Vuollet