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Dude, you can't solve all the problems by yourself

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I think that the gist of this post should be pretty clear. Unfortunately I've fallen in that same trap myself many times. So often, I had to refrain myself from pulling somebody's keyboard from under their hands, just because I thought I could fix the problem at hand myself much faster. But with the risk of sounding arrogant, quite often I can. And sometimes, when the circumstances demand, I do. But in almost every occasion I did, a bit of patience would have increased the chance that the involved colleague could have solved the problems themselves or even propose a
better solution. And isn't that a much better approach for scaling development projects? So assuming you recognize this kind of (mis-)behavior, here are a few more good reasons for keeping your patience.
People might second guess your solution, potentially identifying a flawed design more quickly. Similarly, by clearly explaining your solution or approach, you might surface new insights yourself (a.k.a. the cardboard programmer). At the same time, you might get more buy-in from your team.
It increases trust and...(Read whole news on source site)

The Morning Brew #1869

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Software What’s New in SQL2016 CTP2 Release – The Master Data Services Blog highlights the new features in the SQL Server 2016 CTP2 release, focusing on the Master Data Services features, including on by default data compressions, SQL Server agent index and log maintenance jobs and improved security. Information Publishing an ASP.NET 5 app to […]

Setting up Github with Visual Studio Code on OSX

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Introduction Visual Studio Code has built in Git support, but very few know how to use it on OSX with GitHub. Even in the official docs, there is only a few paragraphs on it. In this post, I’ll show you how I set it up. Adding your project to GitHub Switch to your project and hit the source control button as shown below. The first thing you will see is that your workspace isn’t under git source control. Press the “Initialize Git Repository” button and include a commit message (1) and finally hit the check mark at the top (2).
Your Project is Under Git Source Control, now What? If you navigate back to your project, then you will see a new folder called “.git” and a config file that contains the following :
[core] repositoryformatversion = 0 filemode = true bare = false logallrefupdates = true ignorecase = true precomposeunicode = true
Here is a screenshot of my project : This is typically the part where you begin a Google Search because you can’t figure out how to get the drop down to populate to push your source to a remote server. Time to Fix it! Open github.com and create a Repo. Copy the path to the...(Read whole news on source site)

Back To Basic – Can we use both C# and VB Project within a single Visual Studio Solution ?

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This is one of my favorite question during interview as a part of .NET Framework fundamental, and I generally received very mixed response. Can we have both c# and visual basic project in same solution ?.  The response  I used to received “No, it is not possible”, “Yes. we can do it for web project” etc. [...]

Interactive ASP.NET Resource Linking and Editing with Westwind.Globalization

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One of the most effective ways to improve localization workflow in an application is to have easy access to resources from within a running application. It’s useful to see your resources, and then be able to click on the resource content and jump directly to editing that resource. Further it’s pretty nice to be able to switch an application into a specific language easily to see the results of localizations immediately. I’ve been putting the final touches on the next version of my Westwind.Globalization library and one of the last pieces that were rebuilt have been the interactive resource
linking features. Westwind.Globalization is a localization library for .NET that allows storing resources in various kinds of databases (MS SQL, MySql, SqLit, SqlCe) which makes it much more dynamic to create, edit and generally manage resources. Because the resources are in a database they can be easily edited and the resource linking feeds into this by making it possible to directly link your Web content to the localization resource administration form and the in-context resource. This allows not only for localization, but also for basic CMS like features that allow for admin editable user content in the page. Together with...(Read whole news on source site)

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