In my recent post on TDD (and other .NET) resources, I mentioned that I would like for Reflector to be a VS.NET add-in. If I had a dollar for every time I posted something like that and then realized that it was already available later the same day, I would have *at* *least* ten dollars! Check out the .NET Reflector Add-ins GDN Workspace. Silly me.
Might want to check back soon, because there appear to be some recently checked in files by JdH related to the type treemap. Treemaps are a very cool visualization technique. I think I have posted this before, but here it is again:
One of my favorite implementations of the treemap visualization technology is sequoiaview. SequoiaView uses "squarified treemaps," which try to keep the rectangles as square as possible. Another interesting one: SmartMoney.com's MarketMap.
Treemaps seem like one of those hammers that turns everything into a nail. One idea I had along those lines was to create a treemap view of a small world network where the tree is organized by the number of relations.