May 2007 Entries
The ORM Smackdown!
Carl and Richard have just posted one of the best DNR shows in recent times.
I HIGHLY recommend that you check it out.
Ted Neward and Oren Eini agreed to discuss Object Relational Mapping practices at DevTeach in Montreal, Quebec May 16, 2007. This is a slightly longer show than usual, but we think you'll agree it was worth it.
I'm tired of having to handle a gazillion feeds into uTorrent to capture all the PWOP Torrent feeds that I distribute as part of having the privilege of being a PWOPAmbassador. So, I’ve written this neat little amalgamation of all the PWOP show feeds into one RSS feed.
Just point your small but perfectly formed torrent client with RSS capabilities (namely µTorrent) at this URL, configure a new favourite with a filter of * and stick the downloads in somewhere with a lot of space - these PWOP guys produce a whole stack of quality content.
A context menu for Team Foundation Power Tool Online command
The Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Power Tool (formerly known as Power Toys) is a set of enhancements, tools and command-line utilities that improve the Team Foundation Server user experience. This release includes two new command-line tools for the developer and three non-command line tools: a process template editor, a set of custom check-in policies, and a test tools build task:
The command i use the most is tfpt online. If your like me, you quite often work on your laptop, not connected to your work network. When in this scenario, you run into a couple of issues when working on a solution bound to TFS source control. Further info here (Buck Hodges) and here (Vertigo Software)
Tired of having to type the path and syntax into a command prompt I have created the following registry settings to launch the Team Foundation Power Tool Online command for the selected directory. It provides a shortcuts to the following arguments
- TFPT /adds "."
- TFPT /adds /deletes "."
Click here for more information