I find that with the extension support in VS2010, programmers don’t really have an excuse for not using tools to increase their productivity and to increase the overall quality of their work. I am a really lazy programmer, in the sense that I don’t’ like to do repetitive boring tasks. Extensions are one of the solutions to being a happy lazy programmer. The other one is writing quality code, but that’s another story. So here is a list of all Extensions that I use in day-to-day work
I often work on various branches of the same project (using TFS). This means that I have folders setup like:
Sometimes I have to keep multiple Visual Studio instances open at the same time with branches of the same project and because by default VS2010 only displays the solution name in the title bar, switching between different windows can become very confusing.