- GIT to SVN Quick Start May 23, 2013
- Entity Framework 4 (EF4) with Visual Studio 2010 and Pluralisation January 30, 2011
- Error: IIS SSL certificate re-issue and the issuer of the certificate not being trusted with the error : “The issuer of this certificate could not be found” October 10, 2010
- Code-First Development with Entity Framework 4 July 18, 2010
- Protected: Bikes and Video April 25, 2010
- Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 officially released today April 13, 2010
- Protected: Visual Studio 2010 Pending Release April 7, 2010
- .NET web.config WCF Settings February 19, 2010
- OziExplorer Tracklog File Format February 16, 2010
- Baited Remote Underwater Video Stations February 6, 2010
- Ten things to do with your new friend PALRO February 5, 2010
- Specifying/changing the database when using Web Parts in an ASP.NET application February 3, 2010
- God mode on Windows 7 January 11, 2010
- Protected: Windows Registry interaction with 64 and 32 bit applications January 7, 2010
- Retrieving COM class factory failed due to the following error: 80040154 January 7, 2010
- Integrated security with IIS and .NET January 7, 2010
- IIS Hosted WCF Service Fails January 5, 2010
- Getting IIS Debugging and WCF working under Vista and Windows 7 with VS2008 January 5, 2010
- WinForms applications – No Touch Deployment (NTD) and gotchas January 5, 2010
- First post January 5, 2010
Category Archives: Miscellaneous
Tips for using GIT with Visual Studio 2012 and an SVN server repository.
Tools for VS2012: Getting started with git in Visual Studio 2012
Using GIT Bash from context menu:
Clone repo from SVN
git svn clone -s https://url
I love the way the .NET web.config file allows the appSettings and connectionStrings sections to reference another file. It provides easy support for differing deployment environments as the settings for each environment are kept in their own files and can … Continue reading
Anyone that knows me well will know that I am a scuba diver, so this little gem really pleased me.
The Courier Mail reports about Baited Remote Underwater Video Stations (BRUVS) that have been deployed on the Great Barrier Reef to bring live video to viewers. This one was a little short lived when a tiger shark decides it’d make a great meal after spitting out a sea snake.
Links to the video can be seen by opening the full article. Continue reading
Here’s my official order for next Xmas…
Ten things to do with your new friend PALRO.
I wonder if I can get it to write software, was the car, sweep the floors?
This article details a neat little (trivial) undocumented feature of Windows you may find useful. Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to setup a technical blog for sometime now to write my technical thoughts and share my learnings with fellow developers.
Some of the first posts will be based on info I have put away some time ago but have now finally put it up.
I hope you get some value from my posts. If you do, please dig it or add a comment