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Posted 27 Feb 2010

Numbered Bookmarks - Visual Studio Extension VSX 2010

, 1 Mar 2010 CPOL
A Visual Studio 2010 extension for creating numbered bookmarks.
Executables
extension.vsixmanifest
Numbered Bookmarks.dll
Numbered Bookmarks.dll.lastcodeanalysissucceeded
Numbered Bookmarks.pkgdef
Numbered Bookmarks.vsix
NumberedBookmarks.png
NumberedBookmarks_Small.png
Source
NumberedBookmarks
ClassDiagramBookmark.cd
ClassDiagramMEF.cd
ClassDiagramPackage.cd
Images
NumberedBookmarks1.png
NumberedBookmarks10.png
NumberedBookmarks11.png
NumberedBookmarks12.png
NumberedBookmarks13.png
NumberedBookmarks14.png
NumberedBookmarks2.png
NumberedBookmarks3.png
NumberedBookmarks4.png
NumberedBookmarks5.png
NumberedBookmarks6.png
NumberedBookmarks7.png
NumberedBookmarks8.png
NumberedBookmarks9.png
Key.snk
NumberedBookmarks.csproj.user
NumberedBookmarks.png
NumberedBookmarks.vsct
NumberedBookmarks_Small.png
Properties
Resources
AllIcons.bmp
Package.ico
source.extension.vsixmanifest

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Manoj Kumar is a Humble Programmer and a trainer having dozens of trainings, publications and articles to his wallet.


His programming adventures began with Basic at an age of 11. Being a mathematician at core, soon he started looking for some more and moved to assembly language, later to C, C++, VC++ and finally to .Net.


He started his professional career as a VC++ 6 trainer, moved to embedded systems and device driver development, then to complex biological systems and finally moved to pure application development.


He has been teaching and training people for more than 12 years on a wide range of topics including Mathematics, Algorithms, Data Structures, C, C++, VC++, MFC, C#, Design Patterns and now a days he is working extensively with Visual Studio and .Net framework which includes VSX, WPF, Silverlight, WCF, WF, XAML and RIAs.


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  • Visual Studio 2010 Extension Contest winner (Best Use of Editor)


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