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This one is for all those times you needed your Regular Expression Tool but you were using someone else’s computer or whatever and did not have it installed. Now you have this little online Silverlight Tool to help you with your regular expressions.

 

To use this tool do the following:


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Although Dev102 is a blog about software tips, web and technology reviews, I want to introduce you something which is a little bit out of context. Most people, know and use Microsoft Outlook as their email application and are spending too much time searching for conversations, attachments, and other important information in their inbox. A company names Xobni introduce us a free Outlook plugin which offers a new way to organize and search the Outlook email.

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As software developers, all of us used at least one UML design tool such as Rational Rose, Enterprise Architect or even Microsoft VISIO. Those tools have one thing in common – they are commercial and thus cost money… I want to introduce you a nice free sequence diagram editor called SDEdit. It is not a full UML design editor, you can’t draw class diagrams or state diagrams, only sequence diagrams are there.

Markus Strauch, the author of this tool, also called it Quick Sequence Diagram Editor. The UML sequence diagrams are created from a textual syntax and not by drawing objects and lines. There is a text area at the bottom of the window to specify the objects and messages while you can see the sequence diagram itself at the upper part of the window…


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Here are some great tools that will help you diagnose problems and errors on your applications. Don’t leave home without them!

 

SQL Profiler

SQL Profiler 

We all know that most problems start in the DataBase. SQL profiler will help you to locate…


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This is a guest post written by John Daniel-Trask from Mindscape.

Mindscape have released a major upgrade to their LightSpeed domain modelling / ORM tool. Version 2.0 includes a visual model designer integrated into Visual Studio, LINQ support, and the ability to access multiple databases concurrently. LightSpeed is a small, fast domain modeling tool which uses convention over configuration to perform object-relational mapping without the need for complex mapping files.

In the past it’s been necessary to code LightSpeed models explicitly in C# or Visual Basic, but the new Visual Studio-hosted designer enables a more data-centric approach: developers can drag tables from Server Explorer and LightSpeed automatically creates the models for them. Developers can also add validations and tune performance parameters such as caching and lazy/eager loading through the designer. The designer also supports a “round-tripping” approach whereby changes to the database can be applied incrementally to the…


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Adobe, creator of the desktop graphic editor Photoshop, launched a new online and free edition of Photoshop Express (Beta). Here is a quote from a post Create your Logos, Buttons and Icons for Free that was published a few weeks ago in this blog: “There are many graphic editor programs in the market. Whether those […]


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There are many graphic editor programs in the market. Whether those products are commercial or free, their users are required to gain high skills in a specific tool, in order to achieve satisfying results. There are several sites in the web which makes it possible to create logos, button images and icons for free and […]


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