How To Pick Your Reaction To Offensive Things In A Professional Environment
I received an email with mildly sexist content, and I debated how to react to it carefully.
Azure Node.js SDK Library Table Storage Is Frustrating For Complex Objects
I'm moving from blob storage to table storage and finding that the table storage APIs are frustrating.
Overcast: Stats As A Feature
Podcast stats would be neat.
Getting Comfortable Contributing To Open Source
Starting to contribute to GitHub projects, from a newbie's perspective. Lessons learned early.
Overcast First Thoughts / Mini Review
I love podcast apps. This one hits a home run on day 1.
Create A New Windows Application Event Log With PowerShell
Stop writing to the Windows legacy Application event log. It's a nasty dumping ground.
Xamarin Studio Sample Apps Have Some Problems
I had some problems with the Xamarin sample apps in my first encounter with Xamarin Studio.
More Readable Code With Extension Methods
Fewer complicated condition checks. Useful if you have lots of OR checks on the same item in a condition.
Upgrading to Mirth Connect 3
How to upgrade your Mirth Connect to Version 3.
Tech Partisanship Is Stupid
So you prefer iPhone over Android? Linux over OS X? Are you loud about it?
Favorite and Recommended Videos From TechEd 2014 Houston
My roundup of the best or most interesting videos from TechEd 2014 as a web and ASP.NET developer.
The .NET Community Is Buzzing
A small response to a podcaster who was very 'meh' about .NET community.
A Small Utility App For Splitting Large Text Files
Someone asked me to split a large file. I wrote a small utility and published it to GitHub.
Undo Another User's Checkout In TFS 2010
Sometimes developers leave the dev team, or the organization. Sometimes you pave a dev machine with files checked out. Here's how to reset the checkout status for that user/workstation.
How To Get Around Your Group Policy Blocking Google Chrome Updates
I had a lab scenario where Group Policy from Active Directory blocked Google Chrome from updating itself. Here's how I fixed that.
Log Into The StackExchange iPhone App Using Your StackExchange OpenID Credentials
The option to use StackExchange as an OpenID provider is curiously missing, and wasn't obvious in how to use your SE OpenID
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