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LINQ2SQL extensions provides an alternative model for for building data layer components using LINQ to SQL. This model enables the development of richer entity classes, reduces the number of entity classes instantiated and reduces the volume of data reads.
WCF Contrib is a library with infrastructure implementations for client and service communications using WCF technology. The project contains useful components assembled from long-term business applications development and best practices.
WCFMock is a mocking framework for WCF services. Provides a set of useful classes that will help you to remove all the explicit dependencies with the operation context, and still provide a good way to mock them from unit tests.
The Extension Toolkit project provides a collection of useful extension methods for all kind of types (e.g. String class extensions). The Microsoft documentation is describing extension methods as follows: Extension methods enable you to add methods to existing types witho...
WIT Synchronizer lets you update Work Item Type and WIQL definitions between a Process Template and a Team Project (in both ways). You can also update a list of Team Projects from a Process Template in few clicks! You can also duplicate a Process Template easily.
TFS Working On is a simple time tracker system tray utility that makes it easier to record your time spent working on TFS Work Items. This enables accurate data capture that can be used for schedule reporting and time sheeting.
Azure Grid is the community edition of the Neudesic Grid Computing Framework. It provides a solution template and base classes for loading, executing, and aggregating grid tasks on the Windows Azure platform. It also includes a sample grid application.
Team Foundation Adapters make it easier to do proper unit testing of applications that utilize the Team Foundation Server 2008 API, by providing a simple mechanism for mocking the commonly used sealed classes in the API, which cannot otherwise be mocked.