Okay, I finally got Git to work. Here’s the necessary steps, after having installed msysgit and TortoiseGit. First, create the local repository. You’ll get a notification that an empty repository was created. You can now use the repository to track your changes. But of course, you want to push this stuff to a server, as […]
Git can be quite confusing in the beginning, especially coming from a subversion background. But once you’ve got it running, you realize it’s quite easy:install msysgitoptionally install something like TortoiseGitnow you need to create an SSH key, which is explained on the TortoiseGit site for Linux, but for Windows, it’s a little harder:open command prompt […]
Using TortoiseSVN (or just looking for SVN integration with Visual Studio)? Check out this site.
Looking for **a good F# tutorial **to figure out what the hype is all about? Check out the excellent F# series on Kevin Hazzard’s blog. Maybe a little out-dated when you’re using the September 2008 CTP of F# (there’s no add-in anymore, and the command mentioned in part 2 has a different name – just […]
WPF creates a whole new range of possibilities, but you can often run into trouble when trying to combine it with NHibernate. NHibernate can’t handle ObservableCollections*, which is a quite handy feature of WPF. Furthermore, what to do with the good databinding capabilities of WPF?Shawn Duggan provides a nice solution using the **Model-View-ViewModel **pattern here. […]
There’s lots of information out there on how to create a virtual directory in IIS with adsutil.vbs. But when you need an application, like for an ASP.NET website, you need one more step which I had some trouble finding. Adsutil.vbs is a script to manage IIS from the commandline. If you’re using IIS6 you can […]
Ok, not everyone does, but you have to admit it’s a trend in the software development world and a good one for that. But if you’re already developing in an agile manner or plan to, take 5 minutes to stop reading about scrum, TDD, XP and other Agile methods and check out the basics. In […]
Looking for good icons for your applications, that blend in well with other typical Windows applications? If you have Visual Studio, then you already have 1000+ icons without having to Google for ‘free icons’ and coming up with loads of unusable previews.Navigate to your Visual Studio install directory and in \Common7\VS2008ImageLibrary you’ll find a zip […]
I’m a fan of the MVP design pattern, so databinding isn’t something I would use very often, but I have found a use for it in WPF. It is very easy to databind one Control to the other. This gives us some interesting possibilities. For a standard example, check out this screencast. What I want […]
I haven’t had a lot of time recently, so just a link to an interesting article about turnover in the IT business.