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This is one of those things that I only need once every several months and always forget how to do. Working with custom XML in Visual Studio is a whole lot easier with intellisense. Schema errors are highlighted, enumerated values are displayed, and the amount of typing goes from full tag names to just a few characters followed by tab to complete.
Trying out Anotar Fody.
Access Version: All One of the problems with MS Access is that it allows you to do a lot of things that you really should not do, for example adding formats to tables. Here is why adding formats to tables is a bad idea. 1. Create a table This t…
The basic Azure Worker Role consists of a run method, an endless loop, and a sleep statement. Earlier this week, Magnus Martensson walked through implementing a more sophisticated wait object than the generic Thread.Sleep call. Which reminded me of a problem inherent in the basic Microsoft template. Every exit is a crash.
Using the ServiceStack.Text extension methods Dump(), PrintDump() and SerializeToString().
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