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Rob Trainer wrote:

As a stop gap until IntelliJ supports C# (hint hint) here is a link to an
addon for VS.NET.


Wow, just refactoring is more than what I paid for the complete IDE.
Sometimes being a student pays (although you never have enough time to
sleep...).

Best regards,

Dirk Dittert

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ahh, you think you don't get enough sleep as a student wait until you get on a real software team, fulltime. Guess how many times

1. A non-technical manager doesn't understand why simply adding 5 programmers near the end of a project doesn't speed it up.

2. The software is on time (meaning hours not calendar)
3. You have to meet a calendar date by putting in 80 hour weeks because a non-technical person made a promise (usually on a golf course)

The list can go on forever, just get ready :)

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charles decroes wrote:

ahh, you think you don't get enough sleep as a student wait until you get
on a real software team, fulltime. Guess how many times


Usually you get paid for your work. It will take some more time until my
work pays off...

1. A non-technical manager doesn't understand why simply adding 5
programmers near the end of a project doesn't speed it up.


agreed.

3. You have to meet a calendar date by putting in 80 hour weeks because a
non-technical person made a promise (usually on a golf course)


After 45 hours of developing it is even with IDEA not pleisure any more.
Life is all about choices. I made my choice so I shouldn't complain.

36 hours left till the end of the semester ;)

Best regards,

Dirk Dittert

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