Like many of you, I’ve spent the past year or so inundated by a slew of post-apocalyptic, Terminator-esque ads telling me what Droid Does. I’ve hummed along with the T-Mobile My Touch commercials. I’ve read articles about how many apps Apple has sold for the iPhone. MSDN Magazine: Mobile Apps - Getting Started with Windows Phone Development Tools
Compiling Java in Visual Studio I often see my fellow comp. sci. students writing their (relatively) simple Java code in applications like Emacs, Nano or Eclipse. I’m not fond of either application. I much prefer Visual Studios text handling, solution overview, output windows and so forth. What most people don’t know is that you can actually extend Visual Studio to a great extent. One way to extend Visual Studio is to write plugins using .NET, but there’s a way that is much simpler (albeit also more limited). I will now show how you can make Visual Studio compile and run your Java applications all within Visual Studio itself.
The Truth About Value Types - Fabulous Adventures In Coding Excelent post, Eric! By the way, I found your blog while searching for this subject (your older post).
Chained user-defined explicit conversions in C# - Fabulous Adventures In Coding Reader Niall asked me why the following code compiles but produces an exception at runtime: