Releasing my ReSharper Course Material


I've decided to release my ReSharper course material under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.

The material can be found at on GitHub.

A short description of the course can be found in the git repository README (pasted below).

The precompiled exercises-PDF can be downloaded here on GitHub.


This is my basic ReSharper course material developed in 2012 - based on ReSharper 6.1, although a lot of the material is still relevant.

It should provide enough content for 4 to 6 hours of entertainment. The course focuses on progressivly harder exercises and hands-on experience over a lot of talk.

Exercises are generated through the ASP.NET MVC site found in Source/CourseTasks.


  • Why use ReSharper?
  • Navigation
  • Code Interaction
  • Code Analysis
  • Code Generation
  • Refactoring
  • Completion modes
  • Refactoring combos
  • Usage Inspection
  • Solution Refactorings
  • Move Code
  • Navigating Hierarchies
  • Inspect This


Course material is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

For source code found in the Source folder - please check individual projects for license information (Rebus and BlogEngine.NET).