I finally installed Update 1 for Visual Studio, and found a feature that solves my ‘numero uno’ gripe with Visual Studio – having to use ‘Find All References’ to find the implementation for an interface.
The new feature is a menu item called ‘Go To Implementation’ – you can put your cursor into any method exposed via an interface, and instantly go to its implementation without using Ctrl K-R to find all references, and scrolling to the last item in the list.
It’s a real time-saver, especially once you assign a keyboard shortcut.
Of course, Update 1 has tons of other new features, and I’m excited about the new functionality around CPU profiling – knowing more about the internal workings of my code is always a good thing.
There’s a new version of the .NET framework (4.6.1 ), including a whole bunch of new features and bug fixes.
Merry Christmas and Happy Coding!