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reno, NV, United States
As of 2011, I have ten years experience in various technologies as C#, WPF, Java, J2EE, C++. For the past three years, I have been extensively working on various .net and java technologies including but not limited to WPF , C# , WCF and composite application guidance (Prism ).

Monday, May 11, 2009

Resharper 4.5 is kicka$$ :)

There is a newer release of Resharper, version 4.5 available. If you haven’t put your hands on it, I suggest you do. I could see a lot of improvements compared to the previous versions (especially performance). All licenses purchased after Dec 21, 2007 qualify for a free upgrade to ver. 4.5. According to their website these are some of the new developments.

§ Performance and memory consumption: When working on large solutions, you’ll feel a great deal of difference between ReSharper 4.0 and 4.5.

§ New solution-wide warnings and suggestions: Analyze usage of non-private types and type members within your whole solution.

§ Visual Basic 9 support: ReSharper’s cross-language refactorings and editing experience enhancements now provide support for VB9 code.

§ Extended setup for naming conventions, which are now supported by all ReSharper features.

§ New Inline Field refactoring and enhancements in existing refactorings.

§ Go to Implementation: Go from usage of a class or method straight to its end implementation, bypassing abstract classes and/or interfaces.

If you would like to see a quick demo of all the features, here they are... If you like it and would like to download the new 4.5 release follow this linky. Here is the 4.5 feature map.

If you are updating your Resharper.. Please copy your user name and license key on a notepad as a backup.
Happy Coding,


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