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  • sceptre1067 @fesworks you're making a big assumption. like, was my question ever answered in the first place. :-) about 529 days ago
  • sceptre1067 I love how, instead of answering a question, the response is "I told you that last week" about 529 days ago
  • sceptre1067 @jasonbock well is does have a fun beat, but like most Joy Division songs, on the depressing side lyrics wise. about 529 days ago
  • sceptre1067 "A blindness that touches perfection, but hurts like anything else. Isolation." about 529 days ago
  • sceptre1067 "Me & Jesse, we left Ohio... left him bleeding on the valley floor..." about 529 days ago
  • sceptre1067 @cargoweasel yeah.. But the Mac Pro is the first desktop, in ages, makes me go ooooo, want. For looks alone. about 529 days ago
  • sceptre1067 Like how 4k support seems to be growing and yet... No 4k content I know of. about 529 days ago

Here in Flyover Country Talking about Project Management, Risk, and Statistics
When adding new team memebers... off set the ramp up time by 1) having pre built machines ready and and easy method of getting the lastest tools, code base etc. I'm fortunate enough to be at a client that has a machine ready built and loaded when the dev arrives, all they have to do is grab the code. 2) have tasks broken down so that dependencies are ......

More for helping me to remember... One good reason, at least during development, for putting your web application/service in its own app pool in IIS? Recycle... There are times when you'll want to recycle, normally done by restarting IIS, to make sure it updates and recompiles against your current dlls. But in a shared environment it's not very polite ......

I find it interesting how people think... what makes sense to them, et.c so... There's how I think... SomeObject.ListOfPeople.Fin... type => type.GetType().Equals(typeO... (person => { DoSomethingWithPerson(arg1, arg2);}); Pretty straight forward lambd Final all of x type in this collection and then do something to each one ......

Mainly going to use this as notes and such of what were discovering by overlaying WCF on an existing application. So the set up... In existence is... 1) a working web application 2) a server back end to support the web app (that we get to use for our needs) 3) a relatively complex hierarchy of classes (e.g. a inherits from b inherits from c, some interfaces ......

Having binding issues? No not that sort... So more for my own poor memory, we have a project where references will throw errors like "The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference." Not terribly useful. But MS has a tool that can aid in diagnosing these issues, Fusion Log. Open up a VS (2k8 or 2k10) command prompt. ......

Initial topic over the next several posts will revolve around the Unity framework... The goal is to try to do an intro to it, and then use that as future speaking notes... There is a second blog for the exercise minded over at edgaralgernon.blogspot.com. That one will follow my sorry adventures in running this winter (along with indoor cycling etc... ......

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