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  • Road Trip with Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell

    I was lucky enough to got invited to join Carl and Richard on their road trip from Redlands to Phoenix. You can be the lucky one on their next stop. What an experience to share 5 hours on a RV with them, there isnt anywhere to hide in a RV, they pretty much gracefully answered all my questions. No many times you are given the chance to borrow brilliant minds. I can listen to them all day long talking about technology and what the industry changes during the year, I enjoyed the laid down from...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • Game physics presentation by Richard Lord, some questions

    - by Steve
    I been implementing (in XNA) the examples in this physics presentation by Richard Lord where he discusses various integration techniques. Bearing in mind that I am a newcomer to game physics (and physics in general) I have some questions. 15 slides in he shows ActionScript code for a gravity example and an animation showing a bouncing ball. The ball bounces higher and higher until it is out of control. I implemented the same in C# XNA but my ball appeared to be bouncing at a constant height. The same applies to the next example where the ball bounces lower and lower. After some experimentation I found that if I switched to a fixed timestep and then on the first iteration of Update() I set the time variable to be equal to elapsed milliseconds (16.6667) I would see the same behaviour. Doing this essentially set the framerate, velocity and acceleration to zero for the first update and introduced errors(?) into the algorithm causing the ball's velocity to increase (or decrease) over time. I think! My question is, does this make the integration method used poor? Or is it demonstrating that it is poor when used with variable timestep because you can't pass in a valid value for the first lot of calculations? (because you cannot know the framerate in advance). I will continue my research into physics but can anyone suggest a good method to get my feet wet? I would like to experiment with variable timestep, acceleration that changes over time and probably friction. Would the Time Corrected Verlet be OK for this?

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  • Tulsa Dot Net Rocks

    - by dmccollough
    Carl Franklin & Richard Campbell of .NET Rocks are taking their show on the road and are going to make a stop in Tulsa Oklahoma on Wednesday April 28th, 2010. This event will be from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM. This is a FREE EVENT, with FREE FOOD and FREE SWAG. They are also going to be bringing a special surprise guest speaker (It could be Scott Hanselman, Scott Guthrie, Don Box, Billy Hollis, Dan Appleman or …)   Broken Arrow North Auditorium 808 East College Street   Please visit the Tulsa Developers .NET web site for updated information as it becomes available.   Register by going to this link.

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  • Richard Stallman vole au secours des whistleblower et invite à réduire l'espionnage de la NSA en abandonnant les logiciels propriétaires

    Richard Stallman vole au secours des whistleblower et invite les internautes à réduire l'espionnage de la NSA en abandonnant les logiciels propriétaires« Si les whistleblower [N.D.R. : lanceurs d'alerte] comme Edward Snowden n'osent pas révéler les crimes et mensonges, nous perdons le dernier bastion de contrôle sur nos gouvernements et institutions. C'est pourquoi les méthodes de surveillance qui permettent de savoir qui a parlé avec un journaliste sont très abusives. » dit Richard Matthew Stallman.Le...

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  • Text Expansion Awareness for UX Designers: Points to Consider

    - by ultan o'broin
    Awareness of translated text expansion dynamics is important for enterprise applications UX designers (I am assuming all source text for translation is in English, though apps development can takes place in other natural languages too). This consideration goes beyond the standard 'character multiplication' rule and must take into account the avoidance of other layout tricks that a designer might be tempted to try. Follow these guidelines. For general text expansion, remember the simple rule that the shorter the word is in the English, the longer it will need to be in English. See the examples provided by Richard Ishida of the W3C and you'll get the idea. So, forget the 30 percent or one inch minimum expansion rule of the old Forms days. Unfortunately remembering convoluted text expansion rules, based as a percentage of the US English character count can be tough going. Try these: Up to 10 characters: 100 to 200% 11 to 20 characters: 80 to 100% 21 to 30 characters: 60 to 80% 31 to 50 characters: 40 to 60% 51 to 70 characters: 31 to 40% Over 70 characters: 30% (Source: IBM) So it might be easier to remember a rule that if your English text is less than 20 characters then allow it to double in length (200 percent), and then after that assume an increase by half the length of the text (50%). (Bear in mind that ADF can apply truncation rules on some components in English too). (If your text is stored in a database, developers must make sure the table column widths can accommodate the expansion of your text when translated based on byte size for the translated character and not numbers of characters. Use Unicode. One character does not equal one byte in the multilingual enterprise apps world.) Rely on a graceful transformation of translated text. Let all pages to resize dynamically so the text wraps and flow naturally. ADF pages supports this already. Think websites. Don't hard-code alignments. Use Start and End properties on components and not Left or Right. Don't force alignments of components on the page by using texts of a certain length as spacers. Use proper label positioning and anchoring in ADF components or other technologies. Remember that an increase in text length means an increase in vertical space too when pages are resized. So don't hard-code vertical heights for any text areas. Don't be tempted to manually create text or printed reports this way either. They cannot be translated successfully, and are very difficult to maintain in English. Use XML, HTML, RTF and so on. Check out what Oracle BI Publisher offers. Don't force wrapping by using tricks such as /n or /t characters or HTML BR tags or forced page breaks. Once the text is translated the alignment will be destroyed. The position of the breaking character or tag would need to be moved anyway, or even removed. When creating tables, then use table components. Don't use manually created tables that reply on word length to maintain column and row alignment. For example, don't use codeblock elements in HTML; use the proper table elements instead. Once translated, the alignment of manually formatted tabular data is destroyed. Finally, if there is a space restriction, then don't use made-up acronyms, abbreviations or some form of daft text speak to save space. Besides being incomprehensible in English, they may need full translations of the shortened words, even if they can be figured out. Use approved or industry standard acronyms according to the UX style rules, not as a space-saving device. Restricted Real Estate on Mobile Devices On mobile devices real estate is limited. Using shortened text is fine once it is comprehensible. Users in the mobile space prefer brevity too, as they are on the go, performing three-minute tasks, with no time to read lengthy texts. Using fragments and lightning up on unnecessary articles and getting straight to the point with imperative forms of verbs makes sense both on real estate and user experience grounds.

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  • Richard Stallman et la révolution du logiciel libre, une biographie autorisée, un livre à lire et à télécharger gratuitement sur Développez

    Bonjour, nous avons le plaisir de vous présenter le livre "Richard Stallman et la révolution du logiciel libre, Une biographie autorisée" disponible directement sur notre site: Citation: « Chaque génération a son philosophe, écrivain ou artiste qui saisit et incarne l'imaginaire du moment. Il arrive que ces philosophes soient reconnus de leur vivant, mais le plus souvent il faut attendre que la patine du temps fasse son effet. Qu...

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  • "Ubuntu : un logiciel espion" pour Richard Stallman, qui s'insurge contre l'intégration de la recherche Amazon dans l'OS

    « Ubuntu : un logiciel espion » pour Richard Stallman le père de GNU estime que l'intégration de la recherche Amazon dans l'OS est préjudiciable au libre La version la plus récente d'Ubuntu (12.10 Quetzal Quantal) intègre une fonctionnalité polémique permettant d'afficher des suggestions de produits à acheter sur Amazon aux utilisateurs. Concrètement, lorsque l'utilisateur lance une recherche d'un fichier, une application, etc. (en local ou sur le Web) à partir de son bureau, des liens de suggestions Amazon vers des sujets rattachés aux mots-clés saisis apparaissent avec les résultats. Bien que cette fonctionnalité soit un moyen pour Canonical de financer le projet, elle e...

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  • Internet Hall of Fame : les pionniers d'Internet récompensés, Richard Stallman et Robert Meltcafe reconnus à leur juste valeur

    L'internet society place dans son hall of fame les hommes et les femmes qui ont façonné Internet de ses débuts à aujourd'hui Richard Stallman et Robert Meltcafe reconnus à leur juste valeurInternet. Le réseau des réseaux par excellence. Aujourd'hui, faire ses achats en ligne, jouer à des jeux en réseaux, « tchatcher » avec ses amis sur les réseaux sociaux sont des acquis. Cependant, beaucoup ne se doutent même pas que pour en arriver là, des étapes ont été franchies, des hommes et des femmes ont du donner de leur temps, de leur énergie et même de leur personne pour qu'internet soit ce réseau qui rend service à plus d'un aujourd'hui.Beaucoup ? Mais pas tous. Le 3 août, Berlin sera le siège d'un événement ...

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  • Drupal install and permissions

    - by Richard
    So I'm really stuck on this issue. An install process is complaining about write permission on settings.php and sites/default/files/. However, I've moved these files temporarily to write/read (chmod 777) and changed the owner/group to "apache" as shown below. -bash-4.1$ ls -hal total 28K drwxrwxrwx. 3 richard richard 4.0K Aug 23 15:03 . drwxr-xr-x. 4 richard richard 4.0K Aug 18 14:20 .. -rwxrwxrwx. 1 apache apache 9.3K Mar 23 16:34 default.settings.php drwxrwxrwx. 2 apache apache 4.0K Aug 23 15:03 files -rwxrwxrwx. 1 apache apache 0 Aug 23 15:03 settings.php However, the install is still complaining about write permissions. I followed steps one and two of the INSTALL.txt but no luck. Update: To further explore the situation, I created sites/default/richard.php with the following code: <?php error_reporting(E_ALL); ini_set('display_errors', '1'); mkdir('files'); print("<hr> User is "); passthru("whoami"); passthru("pwd"); ?> Run from the command line (under user "richard"), no problem. The folder is created everything is a go. Run from the web, I get the following: Warning: mkdir(): Permission denied in /var/www/html/sites/default/richard.php on line 9 User is apache /var/www/html/sites/default Update 2: Safe mode appears to be off... -bash-4.1$ cat /etc/php.ini | grep safe | grep mode | grep -v \; safe_mode = Off safe_mode_gid = Off safe_mode_include_dir = safe_mode_exec_dir = safe_mode_allowed_env_vars = PHP_ safe_mode_protected_env_vars = LD_LIBRARY_PATH sql.safe_mode = Off

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  • Drupal install and permissions

    - by Richard
    So I'm really stuck on this issue. An install process is complaining about write permission on settings.php and sites/default/files/. However, I've moved these files temporarily to write/read (chmod 777) and changed the owner/group to "apache" as shown below. -bash-4.1$ ls -hal total 28K drwxrwxrwx. 3 richard richard 4.0K Aug 23 15:03 . drwxr-xr-x. 4 richard richard 4.0K Aug 18 14:20 .. -rwxrwxrwx. 1 apache apache 9.3K Mar 23 16:34 default.settings.php drwxrwxrwx. 2 apache apache 4.0K Aug 23 15:03 files -rwxrwxrwx. 1 apache apache 0 Aug 23 15:03 settings.php However, the install is still complaining about write permissions. I followed steps one and two of the INSTALL.txt but no luck. Update: To further explore the situation, I created sites/default/richard.php with the following code: <?php error_reporting(E_ALL); ini_set('display_errors', '1'); mkdir('files'); print("<hr> User is "); passthru("whoami"); passthru("pwd"); ?> Run from the command line (under user "richard"), no problem. The folder is created everything is a go. Run from the web, I get the following: Warning: mkdir(): Permission denied in /var/www/html/sites/default/richard.php on line 9 User is apache /var/www/html/sites/default Update 2: Safe mode appears to be off... -bash-4.1$ cat /etc/php.ini | grep safe | grep mode | grep -v \; safe_mode = Off safe_mode_gid = Off safe_mode_include_dir = safe_mode_exec_dir = safe_mode_allowed_env_vars = PHP_ safe_mode_protected_env_vars = LD_LIBRARY_PATH sql.safe_mode = Off

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  • ASUS X401A ubuntu installation

    - by fabian
    I tried to install ubuntu in my laptop ASUSX401A. I removed windows in the partition tablea at the installation. All ok up to here, however when I reboot the HD after finish the installation, the HD was not recognized, in the bios not appeared the HD the only option was the realtek card, then was impossible to enter to ubuntu. After that I tried again to install ubuntu but now I have a error in the input/output when I wanted the enter the table partion. I appreciate any help Fabian

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  • Siebel Open UI Training for Oracle EMEA CRM Partners - Free - Utrecht NL- January 22/23 2012

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    Have you heard about Siebel Open UI? It is the new, state-of-the-art User Interface for Siebel, offering an amazing User Experience on any browser. Oracle is planning a free of charge 2 days training, delivered by Oracle Product Development specialists, in Utrecht (NL) on January 22&23 2012. Seats are very limited. If you or your colleagues are interested to apply for one, please send an eMail to richard[email protected] with the contact details of the individuals who you would like to nomminate. If you would like to know more about Siebl Open UI before applying, please send an eMail to richard[email protected] to receive a short PPT deck featuring a short Siebel Open UI description, its benefits for (System Integrators) partners, and the detailed agenda.  Selected Participants will then be invited to register via the Oracle APEX system.

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  • Very unusual and weird problem with gVim 7.2

    - by Fabian
    After installing gVim and running gvim from the run window, if I were to type :cd followed by a tab, I will get \AppData, \Application Data, etc. Which basically means I'm at my $HOME directory (C:\Users\Fabian). The weird thing is I do not have a \Application Data folder there. But if I were to run gvim.exe from its installation folder, and I type :cd followed by tab, I would get \autoload, \colors, etc. which means I'm at the installation folder. And if I were to pin gvim.exe on to taskbar, upon launch and typing :cd then tab, I will get \Dictionaries and upon hitting tab again I get a beep. I think for the last scenario, I'm at some Adobe folder. Anybody knows how to fix this weird issue? I'd like to pin it to taskbar and upon launch, start in the $HOME directory (C:\Users\Fabian).

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  • Podcast Show Notes: The Red Room Interview &ndash; Part 1

    - by Bob Rhubart
      The latest OTN Arch2Arch podcast is Part 1 of a three-part series featuring a discussion of a broad range of SOA  issues with three members of the small army of contributors to The Red Room Blog, now part of the OJam.biz site, the Australia-New Zealand outpost of the global Oracle community. The panelists for this program are: Sean Boiling - Sales Consulting Manager for Oracle Fusion Middleware LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog Richard Ward - SOA Channel Development Manager at Oracle LinkedIn | Blog Mervin Chiang - Consulting Principal at Leonardo Consulting LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog (You can also follow the Red Room itself on Twitter: @OracleRedRoom.) The genesis of this interview goes back to 2009, and the original Red Room blog, on which Sean, Richard, Mervin, and other Red Roomers published a 10-part series of posts that, taken together, form a kind of SOA best-practices guide, presented in an irreverent style that is rare in a lot of technical writing. It was on the basis of their expertise and irreverence that I wanted to get a few of the Red Room bloggers on an Arch2Arch podcast.  Easier said than done. Trying to schedule a group interview with very busy people on the other side of world (they’re actually 15 hours in the future, relative to my location) is not a simple process. The conversations about getting some of the Red Room people on the program began in the summer of 2009. The interview finally happened at 5:30 PM EDT on Tuesday March 30, 2010, which for the panelists, located in Australia, was 8:30 AM on Wednesday March 31, 2010. I was waiting for dinner, and Sean, Richard, and Mervin were waiting for breakfast. But the call went off without a hitch, and the panelists carried on a great discussion of SOA issues. Listen to Part 1 Many thanks to Gareth Llewellyn for his help in putting this together. SOA Best Practices Here’s a complete list of the posts in the original 10-part Red Room series: SOA is Dead. Long Live SOA by Sean Boiling Are you doing SOP’s instead of SOA? by Saul Cunningham All The President's SOA by Sean Boiling SOA – Pay Now or Pay Dearly by Richard Ward SOA where are the skills? by Richard Ward Project Management Pitfalls within SOA by Anton Gouws Viewing SOA as a project instead of an architecture by Saul Cunningham Kiss and Tell by Sean Boiling Failure to implement and adhere to SOA Governance by Mervin Chiang Ten Out Of Ten by Sean Boiling Parts 2 of the Red Room Interview will be available next week, followed by Part 3, so stay tuned: RSS Change in the Wind Beginning with next week’s program, the OTN Arch2Arch Podcast will be rechristened as the OTN ArchBeat Podcast, to better align with this blog. The transformation will be painless – you won’t feel a thing.   del.icio.us Tags: otn,oracle,Archbeat,Arch2Arch,soa,service oriented architecture,podcast Technorati Tags: otn,oracle,Archbeat,Arch2Arch,soa,service oriented architecture,podcast

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  • The .NET Rocks! Visual Studio 2010 Road Trip

    - by Laila
    Carl Franklin and Richard Campbell, the two .NET Rocks radio show hosts, have decided to set off to 15 cities in the US, between April 19th and May 7th, in their DotNetMobile (a 30 foot RV). What for you'll ask me? Well, to drive around the US, meet up with .NET developers, and show off the latest and greatest in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0! Each evening, they stop in a city and host a three hour event in front of a 100 to 300 crowd of developers, where Carl is showing off media features in Silverlight 4 and their road trip tracking application, whilst Richard is demo-ing the web performance testing features of VS2010 using his portable server rig. But before they take to the stage, they have a special guest brought in - a rock star from the Visual Studio world - whom they interview for an hour as a .NET Rock episode. So far, they've had - amongst others - Phil Haack, a Program Manager with the ASP.NET team working on ASP.NET MVC, Dan Fernandez, an Evangelism Manager in the Developer and Platform Evangelism team at Microsoft, and Beth Massi, Senior Program Manager on the Visual Studio Community Team at Microsoft. I love the fact that the audience gets a chance to participate, ask questions and have a great laugh, as you can hear in the first episode! Along the way, the .NET Rocks guys are giving away great prizes (including .NET Reflector Pro, ANTS Memory Profiler licenses, and "40" LCD TVs!). Even more out of the ordinary, at each stop on the road trip, one lucky attendee (who entered in the Ride Along competition) gets to jump in the RV with Carl and Richard and ride along with them to the next stop on the roadtrip. How cool is that! Richard told us: "Our first winner in Mountain View was Eric Ziko. I was looking for him to announce that he had won, when he found us and gave us a bottle of scotch he had brought just to say 'thanks for the great show'. We all had a toast from the bottle the next night when he headed back home." Cheeky! There's still space to a few of these events, so if you want to attend, register now, because it's first come first serve. We're grateful to Richard and Carl for giving us the opportunity to sponsor this major .NET event! A unique .NET adventure worth following for sure. Cheers, Laila

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  • CRM Partner Community Monthly Newsletter

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    Dear CRM Partner, The Oracle EMEA CRM Partner Community Newsletter was broadcasted last Thursday to 2'000 contacts accross EMEA. If you want to be informed about Oracle Programs and Events for CRM partners by receiving this regular newsletter as well as other important communication, please register yourself to the EMEA CRM Community Pages. I look forward to welcome to our Community, Warm regards, Richard Lefebvre - EMEA CRM Partners Program Director

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  • Oracle Sales Cloud Demo environments for partners

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    We are happy to inform our EMEA based CRM & CX partners that a new process for partners to get an access to the Oracle Sales Cloud (Fusion CRM SaaS) demo environment is in place.  If you are interested to take benefit of it, please send a short eMail to richard[email protected]  This offer - subject to final approval - is limited to EMEA based partners who have certified at least one sales and one presales on Oracle Sales Cloud.

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  • Oracle CX Cloud promotions extended twice (products and duration)!

    - by Richard Lefebvre
    The Oracle Cloud promotions, which include free months and/or pre-approved discounts (subject to T&C's) is extended throughout November 2014 and includes more products including Oracle Fusion CRM Cloud Service (Oracle Sales Cloud), Oracle RightNow Cloud Service and Social Relationship Management. For more information about these exciting promotions, please contact your local Oracle CX Sales Representative, Oracle Direct, your Oracle Alliance Manager or richard[email protected]

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  • Linq, double left join and double count

    - by Fabian Vilers
    Hi! I'm looking to translate this SQL statement to a well working & performant LINQ command. I've managed to have the first count working using the grouping count and key members, but don't know how to get the second count. select main.title, count(details.id) as details, count(messages.id) as messages from main left outer join details on main.id = details.mainid left outer join messages on details.id = messages.detailid group by main.title Any advice is welcome! Fabian

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  • Programmatically submit a form

    - by Fabian Vilers
    Hi all, I've seen a tons of sample to how to programmatically submit a form (in .NET) but none of them has the specific requirements I need. The case I'm working on has a query string (http://.../index=?p=update), some hidden fields and a upload file. Does anyone has managed to submit this kind of form with a webrequest? Thanks a lot in advance, Fabian

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  • .NET Rocks is on the Road Again!

    - by Scott Spradlin
    Carl and Richard are loading up the DotNetMobile (a 30 foot RV) and driving to our town again to show off their favorite bits of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0! Richard talks about Web load testing and Carl talks about Silverlight 4.0 and multimedia. And to make the night even more fun, they are going to bring a mystery rock star from the Visual Studio world to the event and interview them for a special .NET Rocks Road Trip show series. Along the way we’ll be giving away some great prizes, showing off some awesome technology and having a ton of laughs. So come out to the most fun you can have in a geeky evening - and learn a few things along the way about web load testing and Silverlight 4! And one lucky person at the event will win "Ride Along with Carl and Richard" and get to board the RV and ride with the boys to the next town on the tour -- Chicago. (don’t worry, they will get you home again!) So come out to the most fun you can have in a geeky evening – and find out what’s new and cool in Visual Studio 2010! To get insure we have sufficient food for everyone, please register for this event at http://stlnet.eventbrite.com This registration information will only be used to obtain accurate counts for food preparation. All other answers are optional and will be used for purely statistical analysis. No information will be shared outside the St. Louis .NET User Group. Here is a list of prizes to be given away at the event: Telerik Premium Collection Pre-Emptive One Year Commercial Runtime Intelligence license Red Gate ANTS Memory Profiler Quest Toad Extension for Visual Studio DevExpress Code Rush and Refactor Pro Grape City Active Report/BI Suite Grape City Spread 5.0 JetBrains Resharper Component One Studio for ASP.NET Component One Studio for Silverlight Please check out the event sponsors: Visit http://www.dotnetrocks.com/roadtrip for more information! Thursday, April 29, 2010 6:00 pm - Food and social 6:30 pm - .NET Rocks Interview 7:15 pm - Richard Campbell 8:00 pm - Carl Franklin 8:45 pm - prizes!

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  • Incrementing Assembly Version in TFS Builds and its affect over Other Build Definitions

    - by ssmantha
    A very common scenario while performing TFS builds is to increment version number of the assemblies. There are quite a few approaches of which I would like to share two links: Ewald Hofman’s Approach: http://www.ewaldhofman.nl/post/2010/05/13/Customize-Team-Build-2010-e28093-Part-5-Increase-AssemblyVersion.aspx#id_02e7b082-ce95-49a9-92e9-7dc88887b377 Richard Bank’s Approach : http://www.richard-banks.org/2010/07/how-to-versioning-builds-with-tfs-2010.html   Both these approaches work well, however there are scenarios where Editing and Checking–in the Assembly version information can create problems with Build Definitions meant for Continuous Integration, or gated Check-ins. You can suppress the Continuous Integration Builds while checking in the Assembly info file by just putting a comment “***NO_CI***” as specified by Ewald in his blog. However, if you have Gated Checkin in place, this can turn out to be difficult to suppress, I myself tried to suppress the Build Trigger during the check in process but things doesn’t turn out well. That’s where Richard’s solution comes as handy. Both the solutions have their own pros and cons, which I believe can only be experienced over a period of time. In case of Richard’s solution I believe that we don’t have any history of the Assembly Version Info file and when you take latest of the solution the information will be lost. If you notice closely, that suppressing the Continuous Integration (the NO_CI approach in check in comments) is a workaround provided by Microsoft, however I didn’t find anything to suppress the gated Checkin so far. Suggestions or Findings are most welcome.

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  • PHP Composer Not Working On Mac

    - by Richard Knop
    I have installed a bitnami mac stack mainly because I require at least PHP 5.4.7 version for my project. However, I have run into an issue with composer. This is the error I get when I run: php composer.phar install --dev The error: Richard-Knops-MacBook-Pro:my-project richardknop$ php composer.phar install --dev dyld: Library not loaded: /Applications/MAMP/Library/lib/libiconv.2.dylib Referenced from: /opt/local/bin/php Reason: Incompatible library version: php requires version 8.0.0 or later, but libiconv.2.dylib provides version 7.0.0 Trace/BPT trap Richard-Knops-MacBook-Pro:my-project richardknop$ How to solve it?

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  • Windows server 2008R2 routing with single NIC

    - by Fabian
    I'm trying to duplicate a Linux server configuration to a windows server 2008R2 box. Basicaly this linux server acts as a router, but it is doing its job with only 1 interface (1 NIC). Here is the network configuration in place (I cannot change it) : INTERNET <== Router (local ip = 194.168.0.3) <== linux Server (ip : 194.168.0.2). The router is configured with a DMZ to 194.168.0.2, and only allow this IP to connect to internet (Cannot change this router configuration). The linux server is configured with a default gateway to 194.168.0.3, with the option : "Act as router". All other computer on the lan have this configuration (given by DHCP) : IP range : 194.168.0.X MASK : 255.255.255.0 Default gateway : 194.168.0.2 And everything is working perfectly. I'm trying to reproduce this way of routing with only one NIC from a windows server 2008R2, but it seems that you cannnot do it with only one NIC (all exemples I see are refering to 2 NIC with 2 different network). Does someone have an idea how to achieved this in Windows server 2008R2 ? Tx you for your help ! Fabian.

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