I get to sit down (virtually) with Jim Holmes and James Avery to discuss their book “Windows Developer Power Tools”. The book covers over 170 open source tools to help improve your Windows development experience, from simple time-saving utilities to larger apps and tools which may make you rethink how you approach development.
- Windows Developer Power Tools :: Companion website for the Power Tools book
- FrazzledDad :: Jim Holmes' blog
- Dot Avery :: James Avery's blog
- SOLR full text search :: Project site for SOLR, a REST interface for Lucene