This gist of the post is that instead of overloading <, <=, ==, !=, >= and > operators you can just overload an <=> operator which will behave similar to what you would do to implement IComparable and the compiler will take care of the rest.
Of course this isn’t implemented in C# or VB currently but it is in Boo!
From an IM of a friend originating from the twitter of Scott Guthrie I found myself at http://www.frickinsweet.com/tools/Theme.mvc.aspx and crafting myself a custom Visual Studio theme. A few manual tweaks later and I have my new “Summer” theme, which I dubbed because of the yellow, green and orange highlights.
The generator got me about 99% of the way there, I had to manually edit the tool windows colors, which should be included with this settings file as well.
The Twin Cities XNA User Group is hosting a very special event next month…
We’re hosting a huge Halo 3 Tournament at Microsoft to raise money for Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. We’ll also have Rock Band 2 and a few standalone machines for people to check out XNA Community Games.
Even if you aren’t a gamer, you probably know one. You might even have one in your family. This is an excellent cause worth donating to, and best of all: Magenic is matching funds raised by the event (up to the first $3000)!!