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Words We All Disagree On

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The Problem Every so often (more often in IT, it seems) someone comes up with a new idea or technology that needs a name to describe it. We, as technology professionals, kind of suck at this. They say, the three biggest problems in IT are naming and off-by-one errors. There are some technologies (some that ... [Read more...]

The Morning Brew #1838

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Software Project Spartan now available in the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones – Kyle Pflug highlights the availability of the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview for Phones, which includes the Internet Explorer Team’s ‘Project Spartan’. Introducing ReSharper C++ – Dmitri Nesteruk and the team over at JetBrains announce the release of ReSharper C++, bringing […]

ALM Forum Seattle May 18-22, 2015 – Pre conference workshop

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The ALM Forum is happening in Seattle in around 5 weeks from now and I am scheduled to deliver one of the pre-conference workshops. This year I have decided to deliver a workshop with a goal to help bring people up to date with all the recent updates and improvements that Microsoft have rolled out in the Visual Studio product suite. Let me tell you, there are PLENTY! In writing this workshop, I have discovered that there have been a huge number of improvements in the product. I have seen announcements about all of the updates but when you start
listing them out, the list is quite substantial. Visual Studio 2012 RTM, update 1, update […] The post ALM Forum Seattle May 18-22, 2015 – Pre conference workshop appeared first on My ALM Blog....(Read whole news on source site)

XSLT Processing in .NET

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God only knows why, but the .NET framework only includes support for XSLT 1.0. This makes it difficult, but not impossible, to use the more recent 2.0 version: a number of external libraries exist that can help us achieve that. I wanted to make this easier for us developers, namely:
To have a common interface for abstracting typical functionality - transform some XML with some XSLT;
Be able to inject parameters;
Be able to inject custom extension functions.
I first set out to define my base API:
text; font-size: 8pt; border-top: silver 1px solid; font-family: 'Courier New', courier, monospace; border-right: silver 1px solid; width: 97.5%; border-bottom: silver 1px solid; padding-bottom: 4px; direction: ltr; text-align: left; padding-top: 4px; padding-left: 4px; margin: 20px 0px 10px; border-left: silver 1px solid; line-height: 12pt; padding-right: 4px; max-height: 200px; background-color: #f4f4f4">

Setting to automatically moving the cell pointer in Microsoft Excel 2013

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This blog post will explain how to change the settings to automatically move the cell pointer after entering data in Microsoft Excel 2013 . Setting to automatically moving the cell pointer in Microsoft Excel 2013 Microsoft Excel by default moves the cell pointer to the next cell below (next row) whenever you press an enter key. You can modify this behaviour via the Excel Options Dialog . Follow the below steps to change the settings of automatically moving the cell pointer in Microsoft Excel 2013. 1. Navigate to File -> Options and select the Advanced Tab in the Excel Options
Dialog. 2. Check the option “After pressing Enter move selection” and select the direction to other option apart from Down. 3. Click Ok . 4. Now , enter the data in a call and press the enter key . You will notice the difference in how the cell pointer navigates as soon as you presses the enter key.

How to Handle Cross-Site Scripting in ASP.NET MVC Application?

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Oops…this is not one of my posts…I invited a friend of mine, to write about Cross Site Scripting attacks. Enjoy! One common concern that almost all website owners share is maintaining the security of the website. Perhaps, you may adopt commonly practiced and most recommended security techniques to keep your site secure. But, you might not be aware of or overlook the security problems that occurs because of trusting your users too much. While most of your website, users will perform only the required actions, a malicious user will make every possible effort to obtain access to
even most sensitive areas of your site. In this post, we'll discuss about how you can handle Cross Site Scripting (one of the most common security exploit) in ASP.NET Web apps. But before that, let's first discuss in detail about Cross Site Scripting. Cross Site Scripting – An Overview Cross Site Scripting (also referred to as XSS) is a kind of vulnerability that occurs when some hacker injects malicious code (ideally script) inside a web page or the database. The insertion of code takes place without the user's knowledge. XSS happens whenever a web application allows to display...(Read whole news on source site)

Project Tamar

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I’m happy to announce that despite the extreme inefficiencies involved in the process, the performance issues and what are sure to be multiple stop ship bugs in the way the release process is handled. We have successfully completed Project Tamar. The result showed up as 2.852 Kg bundle, and is currently sleeping peacefully. I understand that this is a temporary condition, and lack of sleep shall enthuse shortly. I’ll probably regret saying that, but I can’t wait.   This little girl is named Tamar and to celebrate, I’m offering a 28.52% discount for all our products. This include:
href="http://hibernatingrhinos.com/products/NHProf/buy">NHibernate Profiler RavenDB & RavenFS Just use coupon code: Tamar This will be valid for the next few days....(Read whole news on source site)

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