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Could not find ildasm.exe where Developer command prompt for Visual studio 2012 points to [closed]

Today I was trying to manually run the ildasm.exe from the location where Developer command prompt for Visual studio 2012 points to i.e, C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft visual studio 11.0.But I ...
3
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I am a "one man team" ASP.NET C#, SQL, HTML, JQuery programmer that wants to split workload with two other guys. Since I never actually thought of possible issue in a team of programmer, there are ...
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5answers
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What's the most effective way to share code between .NET applications?

In our work, we have several different .net applications that share a lot of base functionality. We've built these applications using a clean n-tier architecture, but we've hit that moment where we ...
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Why would you create a deployment script in PowerShell when you have TFS?

I'm experimenting with automatic deployment / continuous integration and had a talk with my team lead. I told him I'm investigating creating build/deployment scripts in PowerShell and he said ...
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Visual Studio 2010 - Local File History

I have been using netbeans for many years now and recently I have moved from PHP/Git/Netbeans to C#/TFS/VS10. It has been very good so far, yet I miss this one little feature I enjoyed so much in ...
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Should a developer always use version control [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I've heard statements to the effect of: "Well it's just me working on this project so I don't need to put it under source ...