Tag Archives: Productivity

Week roundup

Last week recap and links: Xamarin test cloud included (60 mins) in every subscription Create blog header image with Canva 7 productivity tips. Use the right tool for the job. Image courtesy of kanate / FreeDigitalPhotos.net What are your best … Continue reading

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Week roundup

Last week recap an links: This week I migrated a Microsoft Access “application”. It uses Auto FE Updater to copy the Front End from a central network path to a local folder. A bit like Click Once Deployment Scott Hanselman’s … Continue reading

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Time Capsule Archive

My Time Capsule disk died on me recently after upgrading to a bigger one. Luckily my MacBook did not do the same so I could revert back to my old disk and start over with an initial backup. This got … Continue reading

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VS2010 not responding solved with Resource Monitor

My Visual Studio 2010 randomly stopped responding. In my frustration I never looked further than the first tab of the Task Manager to end the task. Until I read a post about the Resource monitor in Windows. What is this … Continue reading

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Use your own performance counters

Create and use your own performance counters to see how you program is doing in performancetests, stresstests, production, … First register the performance counters. This is done with a PerformanceCounterCategory that contains the CounterCreationData objects for the performance counters. Be … Continue reading

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Expose WSDL

Working with my java colleagues I came to love SOAPUI for testing services. Now Microsoft seems to have catched up with the WCF Test Client. A blog post of dotNET colleague Rick van den Bosch made me search for it … Continue reading

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My OpenDNS free setup

Look at the right side of my wordpress page and you’ll see the image saying you’re (not) using OpenDNS. Some time ago a post on lifehacker pointed me to OpenDNS. After the signup I changed the dns settings on my … Continue reading

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