ReSharper, the productivity tool which extends the Visual Studio IDE, is one development tool that I would certainly not want to live without. It’s one thing to have a strong skill set and another to compliment it with a great set of tools.
I’d seen ReSharper in action a number of times back in early 2012 but was never sold on it – I mean Visual Studio is an amazingly rich IDE, how could you ever hope to make it better? Well JetBrains (the minds behind ReSharper) have done just that. ReSharper is designed as an extension to Visual Studio providing an array of productivity benefits for both teams and individual developers.
I’m conscious that by now I’m starting to sound like a salesman, but do bear with me. What I’ve done is bundle together a few ReSharper features in this post. Hopefully it’s enough of a introduction to convince you of it’s necessary place in your toolbox. Continue reading