Author Archives: erictummers

About erictummers

My work as a recruited developer changes almost every month. I like challenges and sharing the solutions with others. On my blog I’ll mostly post about my work, but expect an occasional home project, productivity tip and tooling review.

Renew certificate 2017 edition

Today I used my trusty post Resolve certificate error for Synology Diskstation part 3 of 4 again to renew my certificate. The site startssl.com is still alive, is still free and still works. They even send me a reminder 2 weeks … Continue reading

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Workaround for excluding assemblies from code coverage in TFS2015 build

Our build server is TFS2015 and Microsoft promises that we can customize code coverage analysis. But with runsettings setup to exclude assemblies from code coverage exceptions fail the build. Not nice. Today we figured out how to work around this and exclude an … Continue reading

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Syncfusion grid datetime format fixed

We use the data grid from Syncfusion and it is awesome! It serialises the data on the server and puts it in the page as json. Now more postbacks to get extra data or for sorting / filtering / other … Continue reading

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Effort: Unhandled exception while trying to initialize the content of Table

We use Effort with the CsvDataLoader in our integration tests. After adding a new data file we got an exception. On the forum every thread ended with something like “my bad” or “never mind”. Looking closer to my csv file showed the error: a typo … Continue reading

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I’m Eric Tummers, Technical Consultant at Valid, and this is how I work

I’m hired as a Software Architect to build a solution with Microsoft products. Our team works by the scrum guide and is moving towards continuous deployment. We are learning and growing while delivering business value. This is hard work. Every sprint … Continue reading

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Continuous deployment step by step

This is not a how-to blog post guiding you to DEVOPS heaven. I write down the steps we are taking to get continuous deployment in place for our project. Every time we take another step I’ll update this post. First of … Continue reading

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WPF Toolkit DateTimePicker customisation of header

In my previous post WPF Toolkit PropertyGrid direct update I’ve written about getting the Property Grid from the WPF toolkit. Now I want to tell you about how I got the DateTimePicker to behave my way. First of all the DateTimePicker is well documented. It … Continue reading

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