I told them not to touch the power management code without doing some analysis… what could it possibly break?
My fiancée loves her new Mac. I recevied this email earlier today.
I switched to Ruby and Rake for my .NET build over the last few months and it’s been freakin’ awesome! I came from msbuild
.targetsand “programming in XML”. I’ve basically stumbled upon a successful rake build along the way (and copied liberally from other projects). You can reference the whole thing and I’ll snip in each section as I explain it.
A coworker had recently moved her family blog from WordPress to Octopress. I already migrated from Google Sites to Blogger to Tumblr, ugh! I was fed up and wanted to control my content and own my own platform.
This is a reproduction of an email exchange with Dennis Kozora.
I’m writing specifically about .NET solution/project structure, but the principals probably apply to other languages/platforms.
In 2009, I responded to a professor at my alma mater about the list of top software errors.