Forklift is a DSL and a command-line tool for extracting and importing data in SQL databases.
Verifi a simple verification engine for .NET
CoderMike.AutoFac.EasySettings is a module for Autofac that allows you to resolve Settings classes from AppSettings (or anywhere else technically)
Where Am I is a Visual Studio 2010 plugin that adds full path in a toolbar at the bottom of the editor window.
Conventional aims to brings a standardized Assembly Scanning tool that is independent of IoC and other frameworks
Kata is a tool to help you practice C# TDD. It creates a new solution with an XUnit project in in, watches for changes, builds and tests whenever files are updated and produces notifications via Growl for Windows.
Ozmosis shows how to set up simple scaffolding for MVC2 apps. It is down to just adding a Model and everything is generated for you. Not robust enough for actual production usage but an interesting idea.
MEF Sandbox is a collection of simple console apps that show different capabilities of the Managed Extensibility Framework.
Enterprize FizzBuzz Code Golf is easy. How enterpisey can you be?
Magical.Trevor is a convention-based MVVM framework for WinForms based on Caliburn.Micro.
Crank is a tool for generating SQL DDL from a declarative DSL. The original impetus for this project was because I was using an ORM that generated stuff from the database but I still needed to painstakingly take care of database scripts. In a greenfields project this tool let me get up to speed very quickly and I still use the notation developed in my head (and in my notes) when developing databases today.
NGourd is a tool for bringing Cucumber-style BDD syntax to C# projects. There are more advanced tools for doing this now (like SpecFlow and StoryQ) but I still like the fact that this tool lets your feature scripts be completely plain text files outside of Visual Studio. Anyway, I don't use it at work so it has fallen by the wayside.
Task is a command-line environment automation tool based on MEF. I think this has been largely superceded by the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio
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