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This is a remarkably simple trick which I've found very handy. With a few lines of Perl you can take any RSS feed and format it to your liking. Get the Feed You can do this using LWP::Simple: use LWP::Simple; my $feed_url = 'http://feeds.b…
Some jobs are tedious and errorprone. To avoid the errors we should unittest, but to avoid the tediousness we can make use of code generation. One such code generation tool is T4. It is available in Visual studio so why not use it? Well I can think of a few reasons. No intellisense no code coloring and no refactoring. But I guess we will have to learn to live with that. Or use a third party editor like the one from Clarius consulting. So I thought code generation would be a good fit for some of my factory classes I ...
Someone today asked me how to copy paste the calendar in outlook to a word document. I couldn’t find the answer to that question but I found a suitable alternative instead.
This isn’t made for us europeans, as the Note says.
NOTE: This template solution is designed to work only with U.S....
Apparently someone at JetBrains forgot to add a surround template for Try catch in VB.Net. It is there for C#. So I created it for myself.
This is the xml. Just save it in a file and import it in resharper.