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Nikita Polyakov,

I have long wanted to get back into hands-on with some more code and write a blog website. After too much deliberation, I decided to separate the two ambitions and I started with a new blog over intended ...

Richard Jones,

So I’m syncing data to my App. It all works well, I’m looking at strategies now to disguise the (inevitable) synchronisation process. At the moment, I have a nice Windows Mobile esq. form. I’m sure I can ...

Timothy Klenke, Craftsmanship

So a while back I was listening to Corey Haines on the Ruby Rogues podcast (a good podcast even if you’re not a Ruby developer). He was talking about how the OLID principles from SOLID could all be derived ...

JoshReuben, Parallelism Java

in java.util.concurrent package - JDK 7 A Framework for Divide and Conquer recursively divides a task into smaller subtasks until threshold check indicates subtask size is small enough to execute serially. ...

John Breakwell,

Windows Update seemed stuck on some files. I found KB971058 (How do I reset Windows Update components?) which had a bunch of suggestions. The one I tried was: Delete the qmgr*.dat files. To do this, at ...

Richard Jones,

So I’m drawing to the end of a long day and a long project. As you know I’ve been building an iPad client in Swift that uses Core Data and OData to provide offline and online access to Dynamics NAV. A ...

In my previous post, I showed how you can trigger a release in Visual Studio Release Management from a TeamCity build step. When Visual Studio Release Management 2013 RTM’ed, it came with customized TFS ...

Waclaw Chrabaszcz, PowerShell Server 2012

Who's the king? Of course PowerShell. Let's try to use its beauty to create 3 node failover cluster. It's nothing unusual, where is this beauty? In remoting of PowerShell scripts. RDP is for noobs. Geeks(withBlogs) ...