You wouldn’t believe how many developers exist out there who profile a .NET application by writing instrumentation logic directly and repeatedly onto its code. There’s nothing wrong with this sort of approach if you’re doing it for a couple of methods, but imagine you had to instrument more than one application and in total you had 100 services with 10 methods each. Should we still think this is viable?
Perspex is a cross platform .NET UI framework inspired by WPF, with XAML, data binding, lookless controls and much more. Yes, almost too good to be true.
An Atom Editor package suite for cross platform F# development. 'Nuff said.