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  • How to improve a team's velocity?
    By way of wrapping up my velocity mini-series ( Two ways to fill and iteration , Filling an iteration too well , and Velocity Targeting and Velocity Inflation ) I’m going to end with some advice on how to improve a team’s velocity. Over time these add up to big improvements. To use economic logic: this is about improving the supply-side. The supply-side argument (largely monetarist) suggests the way to solve unemployment is not to increase demand (Keynes style) but to loosen and liberalise the labour market. But back to software.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, July 1, 2010
  • How to get started with Knockout.js
    Once you get into doing more client side JavaScript code with business applications and REST services you are going to run into the question of how to construct the client side HTML required to show the data to the users. Using jQuery Assuming most people are going to be using jQuery on the client you might start with some jQuery code to generate HTML. And in all likelihood the actual HTML that needs to be generated will be quite a bit more complex. The next step people tend to take is using templates. click( function () {. $.getJSON(
    The Problem Solver - Monday, February 6, 2012
  • How to data bind to collections using Knockout.js
    I showed to to get started with the awesome Knockout.js In this post I am going to show how easy it is to load a collection of items from a REST service and data bind to the complete collection. To data bind to collections of data Knockout supports the foreach data binding. In the example below I am using an html to display a list of books. The has the data binding attribute so its contents are going to be repeated for each item in the collection being used, books in this case. and controlling updates using Knockout.js Title.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, February 15, 2012
  • How to discover what font was used
    Sometimes you’re working on a website and you get some images with text in them, but no one remembers what fonts was used in the image. No fear! There is a website call “What The Font” that will take your picture and tell you what font was used: [link]. ASP.NET
    DevelopMentor Courses - Monday, December 26, 2011
  • Turn Default Upload Overwrite Off in WSS 3.0
    and MOSS 2007, but sometimes you may want to change this default. MOSS junkie has a post on how to change that default. But his solution has the downside of having to modify one of the standard application pages which is unsupported and may be overwritten by a upgrade. So how do we change the default without modifying upload.aspx? This delegate allows you to add any number of usercontrols to the page header of every page in sites where your feature is activated. By default the Overwrite checkbox in Upload.aspx is checked in WSS 3.0
    The Black Knight Sings - Thursday, August 21, 2008
  • Versioning long running Workflow Services in WF4
    One of the problems with the current version of Windows Workflow Foundation is how to handle different versions of your workflows. With short running workflows this is no big deal, workflows do whatever they are supposed to do and finish, and you can deploy a newer updated version of your XAMLX files whenever you want. This is a bit of a problem because it would mean you would either have to wait until all workflows are finished before upgrading you workflow definition or you would have to abort all running instances, neither is an acceptable solution in most cases.
    The Problem Solver - Thursday, November 4, 2010
  • Using Reporters in Approval Tests
    Today I pushed new versions of ApprovalTests for both C# and Java to SourceForge. He and I pair-programmed remotely (he lives in Finland) to extend ApprovalTests per his ‘asks’. If you are using ApprovalTests and have an idea for a feature, please ping me via twitter @LlewellynFalco and I’ll pair with you to code up your idea as well. assume that you have tried out Reporters if you are reading this blog, however, just to get us started, I’ll remind you that a Reporter is called when an ApprovalTest fails. Let me know how it works for you. Why Use Reporters?
    DevelopMentor Courses - Saturday, December 31, 2011
  • jQuery UI and Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10 touch screens
    I recently did a blog post describing how to enable the jQuery UI drag effects. In this post I showed how to get the draggable effect to work on an iPad. What we need to do is take control of the action IE10 performs on touch. Setting its value to 'none' is all we need to do. This will suppress the default IE10 behavior and pass the gestures on to the jQuery event handler. You can toggle the support for touch events using the button to try both with and without support for touch. It turns out this is rather simple.
    The Problem Solver - Wednesday, October 24, 2012
  • Caching a SharePoint list as a datatable
    For one of my current projects I needed to show a SPGridView with data from a small list on the frontpage of the Intranet. The list wasn't very small so didn't want to read if from the database on every hit of the frontpage, but on the hand it was so big that I couldn't cache it. Now the big question was how to cache it. If I used PortalSiteMapProvider then it'll always be refreshed when there was a change, but it would be hard to get the data into the SPGridView for displaying, sorting, paging and filtering.
    The Black Knight Sings - Friday, December 19, 2008
  • MongoDB vs. SQL Server 2008 Performance Showdown
    In that article I introduced the NoSQL movement, MongoDB, and showed you how to program against it in.NET … Continue reading → NoSQL Articles Visual StudioThis article is a follow up one I wrote last week entitled “The NoSQL Movement, LINQ, and MongoDB – Oh My!”.
    Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, April 29, 2010
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