Mastering ReSharper | Dev SuperPowers Episode #18 | Danijel Malik

Being a great professional requires from you to write high quality code and being fast at the same time. Unless you have a great toolset this certainly isn’t an easy task. Luckily the market is full of extensions for Visual Studio which can boost your productivity. One of those tools is ReSharper. In this session…

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From Devs Oops to DevOps | Danijel Malik

It’s probably safe to say that most development teams are Agile. But regardless of which side you are on, nothing saves you if you start off on the wrong foot.

There are a lot of pitfalls before your software goes into production, and you will learn about the most common mistakes that are taken in a hurry to get a product out.

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Visual Studio extensibility & Web Essentials with Mads Kristensen

SSW’s Danijel Malik speaks to Mads Kristensen at the Microsoft MVP Summit in Seattle. They talk about Visual Studio extensibility and Mads’ Web Essentials extension. Mads explains the pain he had to go through to abstract the code so that others can easily contribute to the project. In less than 10 minutes he demonstrates its…

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Controlling NuGet packages in your solutions with Marcel de Vries

SSW’s Danijel Malik speaks to Marcel de Vries at the Microsoft MVP Summit in Seattle. They talk about two very important things when dealing with NuGet packages; licensing and vulnerabilities. Many people just pull in new packages being unaware of potential traps they might walk into. Marcel explains how to deal with these kind of…

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Chasing the Holy Grail with Release Management | Danijel Malik

Indiana Jones had a great adventure when he was searching for the Holy Grail. But hey… software development is not far behind, especially if your deployment procedure requires manual steps. You can feel sweat dripping off your forehead before you go to production and there’s always a chance you’ll step on a broken board. Exciting,…

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Code Auditor and Roslyn – Happy Ever After | Danijel Malik

At SSW we care about quality. We care about it so much that we built a tool named Code Auditor which scans code and reports issues. It’s not really a secret that our rules relied on C# snippets and Regex patterns. Over time – as the C# language evolved – we started seeing false positives.…

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