ReSharper 1.5 Released! Includes New Refactorings

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Evolution of DevelopmentJet Brains released a free upgrade to their ReSharper product. Let me tell you, using this product feels like walking on land after a long stint trying to walk under water.

Recently, I was trying to write some code on a coworker’s computer and kept hitting funky key combinations that had no meaning on his machine since he didn’t have this installed. I had to actually type out a bunch of code that just spills out when using this add-in. It felt so stone age.

Just to be complete, I know many are fans of CodeRush for Visual Studio. I liked it enough, but the lack of Refactoring support was a problem for me, which is why I chose ReSharper.

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  1. Avatar for Niels Hansen
    Niels Hansen February 28th, 2005

    why you still developing in Visual Studio 2003 anyways? Come get with it and use use 2005 beta 1!! :)



    I have to check this product out. I have been developing a product for the last 5 months in 2005 and have grown to love the refactoring additions to 2005!



    Hey I also noticed that you are posting very little on your blog these days. Maybe because now because its on your dime you not willing to spend the time :) To me it always amazing on how many blogs are updated on company time and very little is done on the weekends. Its like this one site I developed where the majority of the hits were the first thing in the morning and at lunch. When it was after work the hits drop off a ton and very little traffic on the weekends.

  2. Avatar for Haacked
    Haacked February 28th, 2005

    Ha ha... Beta 2 should be out any time with a Go-Live license. I'll wait then and try to convince my clients to do likewise. But until I have a project that requires .NET 2.0, I'm afraid to give myself the luxury that VS.NET 2005 provides. I'll grow lazy and soft and have trouble using VS.NET 2003 for real work. ;)



    As for little blog posting, mainly it's been because I've been spending more time researching insurance, tax law, contracts, etc... Maybe I should blog about that, but I figured it's boring stuff.



    Also, I need to figure out what is acceptable to blog about with each new client. I hope to continue blogging as a source of professional development, but I won't do it on client time. I'll stop the clock if I want to do it during the day.

  3. Avatar for Niels Hansen
    Niels Hansen February 28th, 2005

    I think alot of your fans would be interested in what you have found out as far as taxes and insurance goes. I bet you have a lot of readers that are on the fence about going Indy or not.



    Yeah I was just busting your chops about you lack of blogging. Maybe your just finally sick of it!



  4. Avatar for David Stennett
    David Stennett March 3rd, 2005

    Don't worry, the EAP for ReSharper 2.0 will be starting in about 2 months -- for both VS .NET 2003 and 2005 ... as always, ReSharper is gonna add MORE to VS .NET than comes standard -- and if you're a customer now, you'll be upgrading for FREE. ;-)



    Best regards,



    David Stennett

    JetBrains, Inc.

  5. Avatar for Haacked
    Haacked March 3rd, 2005

    I believe it! Sweet.