VsDebugFx - weakly-typed lambda expressions and LINQ in Visual Studio debugger

September 26, 2012

I’ve just published a little project of mine on GitHub, called VsDebugFx. It’s a NuGet package which you can install into your .NET project and get more expressiveness during your debugging sessions inside Visual Studio. It’ll let you evaluate expressions that use C# features which are not normally allowed by the IDE, namely: lambda expressions, anonymous types, LINQ queries and implicitly-typed arrays.

I don’t want to repeat myself (DRY anyone?), so if you’re interested in knowing more, go check out the README file about the project on GitHub.

Save Yourself Some Time When Watching Videos

September 7, 2012

Just stumbled upon a nice little program that allows you to change playback speed of any Flash/HTML5 video without affecting the pitch of the audio signal. It comes very handy when watching talks on TED, Vimeo, Channel9 and the likes and you want to either digest the content faster or have trouble understanding the speaker. Go grab it here: MySpeed.

MySpeed