My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio.
Aaron Marten explains how to work around a painting bug in the VS 2008 SDK Browser.
Aaron also posted a link to a talk he participated in about integrating new languages into VS.
Here are links to Visual Studio 2008 Key Bindings posters for C# and VB.net.
Sara Ford posted a tip on how you can hide projects in the VS Solution Explorer.
Scott Guthrie announced that the first beta release of Silverlight 2.0 is coming soon and gave an overview of what is included.
Jason Zander posted a link to videos from the last Lang.Net Symposium.
Robert Pickering has added F# integration into the latest beta of SharpDevelop. SharpDevelop is an open source IDE for .Net.
If you are using SourceSafe with Visual Studio, this is a KB article on diagnosing hanging and general slowness in the IDE. If you are not using SourceSafe, you are already ahead of the game.
Here is a Microsoft KB article on tools to monitor StackOverflowException problems.
The CodeKeep Visual Studio AddIn now works with 2008. CodeKeep allows you to keep track of code snippets from within VS.
Visual Studio Team System Management Model Designer Power Tool – February 2008 Technology Preview is now available at the Microsoft Download Center. Winner of the longest product name award.
The Windows SDK team posted a blog entry on how to use the Windows SDK with Visual C++ 2008 express.
The Windows SDK team posted a workaround for users reporting a problem where xaml intellisence quits working in VS 2008 after the SDK is installed.