Category: Software Development

 

AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server – 2 Quick Fixes

This morning I ran into a couple of issues with my local installation of AppFabric (which I use for dev and testing) and figured I would post the quick solutions

AppFabric High Availability Cache Cluster on Windows Server 2012 Standard

Using AppFabric for Windows Server is a very solid choice for a distributed application cache back end for web farms. However when preparing to roll this out several weeks ago,

Visual Studio Tools for Git + Default Source Control Provider

I’ve been test driving Microsoft’s awesome new Visual Studio Tools for Git for since it was announced on January 30 and decided to take the plunge and make it the

ZipArchives in .NET 4.5

I’ve been playing with the new (better? improved?) support for zip files in .NET 4.5 and ran into some issues recently where I couldn’t read the contents of an archive

Git

I hate Git. That is all.

C# + XML, the Right Way

Every now and again (okay, frequently), I come across something that really makes me feel like a infant developer. I was working on a problem in an application and am

Telerik JustDecompile Awesomeness

If you’ve ever had the (dis?)pleasure of working with me, you know that I am a pretty big fan of the products of Telerik. JustCode and JustDecompile are two of my daily

TFS 11 Express Beta Error TF400030

The other day I received this error when attempting to open a Team Project from Team Foundation Server 11 Express: TF400030: The local metadata table could not be loaded because

TFSBuild Queued Build Stalled and Can’t Be Deleted

I was playing with the TFS Community Build Extensions (http://tfsbuildextensions.codeplex.com/) with the new TFS11 Express Beta and ran into a situation where I had a build that was stalled and

Visual Studio 11 Team Foundation Explorer Express Beta Error

I am test driving the new (awesome) Visual Studio 11 Team Foundation Explorer Express Beta; my initial review is that it is awesome (more to follow on this). However, I