Note to future self about R# and keyboard shortcuts

Did you ever sit with Visual Studio and R# writing tests, wondering if you could run tests without touching your mouse? I did that all the time, until I found out that you could go to Tools => Options => Environment => Keyboard and filter the list by “Resharper.Resharper_Unit”, giving access to keyboard shortcuts to run the current test context, debug the current test context + more.


I have assigned Ctrl + Alt + Enter to run my current test context and Shift + Ctrl + Alt + Enter to run my current test session.


Recently I made a post because I was experiencing a moment of silent awe with R#.

R# 5 is on its way, and the feature list is impressive! I am excited about the call and value tracking features, because that’s basically all I do in one particular huge legacy system I am working on.

I am going to wait a few days, and then I will download one of the nightly builds and go check it out – I almost cannot wait!

Soon, it’s JAOO time…

…and it’s going to be great!

I am looking forward to too many presentations to mention! My only limitation is that I am confined to the “Programming languages” track on Monday afternoon, because I am supposed to function as a track manager there, so unfortunately I will miss the CouchDB from 3333 km presentation.

The rest of the time, however, I will check out all kinds of great presentations. But what I like the most, is that I am always filled with inspiration and creative drive after attending JAOO.

See you there!