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on todays visual studio toolbox were going to take a look at code made a visual studio extension that cleans and simplifies your code you are not gonna want to miss this one hi welcome to visual studio toolbox Im your host Robert Greene and joining me today on skype from Indianapolis is Steve Cadwallader hey Steve how are you doing great how are you excellent steve is the author of code made which is a visual studio extension that hes going to show us it has more than a million downloads and its very well received and Steve youre going to show us all about this extension and all the wonderful things it does tell us a little bit about why you wrote it and when did you write it sure yeah I started writing it in 2006 and first published it in 2007 I wrote it because I was very particular about the way the code is organized and cleaning up whitespace and little things and like most developers got tired of doing things automatically and I kind of got into it from a friend Eric Potter