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Robz / Fervent Coder, chocolatey

Chocolatey has some big changes coming in the next few months, so we’ve started a newsletter to keep everyone informed of what’s coming. The folks who are signed up for the newsletter will hear about the ...

I keep coming across badly managed NGOs. Some because of lack of funds while many due to lack of awareness. This shouldn’t be acceptable in year 2014.If you are running an non profit organization or know ...

We wanted to make software available for not for profit type of associations (e.g. housing societies). We now have hundreds of associations/societies across countries using Societyhive for free. We're ...

First, don't ask me why. :( There was a need from vendor. Let's just leave it at that. So run through your normal SQL 2005 install, the validation page throws up a warning "IIS not running". Since SSRS ...

A barrier to getting into writing executable tests (Unit Tests, integration tests, automated UI tests, etc) with some people I work with, is not knowing how to get started. I believe the desire and the ...

Submitting a certificate request.In order to obtain a object code certificate you will need to submit a certificate request. You will need a tool to generate this request, I used a tool called OpenSSL ...

If you're looking for cooperative society legal adviser in Pune or Mumbai or other parts of Maharastra - we've got the best in our team with experience of running societies for more than 20 years.However, ...

Yes, you heard it right. It really is free :) . This is one of most common questions we are asked. Our Societyhive software is not our revenue generator. We provide society staffing, consulting and accounting ...

Scott Dorman,

A little over a year ago I announced the availability of Cadru, an open source utility framework containing new APIs and extensions to the core .NET Framework to help complete your developer toolbox. I ...

Alois Kraus,

Recently I have seen an interesting performance question on SO which deals with Parallel.For in .NET. The code was basically Parallel.For(0,1000*1000*1000, i => {}); The actual work is simulated by ...