If you have ever asked what is the difference between Any CPU, x86 and x64 options in Configuration Manager platform, the answers can be very scarce and scattered through all the Internet. However, Sayed Ibrahim, a fellow VSTS MVP has gathered in one all the responses he had so far. Check out his MSBuild: Building […]
Microsoft has just announced the pricing for the Windows Azure services. The big news were announced during the Worldwide Partner Conference 2009. The service will be commercially available at PDC 2009 in the middle of November, 2009. Why Windows Azure is important and how to use it, you can learn much more about at the […]
You can now get a sneak peek of what is coming SharePoint 2010 with demos presented from the Microsoft Product team itself. This is the first information released about SharePoint 2010 for now. Watch the video here.
Ever wanted to know how Alternate Access Mappings (AMM) work in SharePoint. Do you need to add host header to your web site or you wonder what the heck is internal and public URLs in SharePoint? The following three articles will help you understand everything I think you need to know about Alternate Access Mappings […]
There are known problems in Visual Studio 2008 SP1 related to breakpoints and debugging experience with multithreaded applications. Since these days almost everything that you write is multithreaded app, I would recommend you to install the hotfix from MSDN Code Gallery. Here are the possible symptoms: Breakpoints in parallelized loops are eventually ignored after multiple […]
Time is coming when there will be just one language used for programming .NET framework. With the new features in C# 4.0, it gets closer and closer to VB.NET. I would expect that in the recent years we will have one language to rule them all – Basic C# 🙂 here is a short excerpt: […]
Tihomir Ignatov who recently joined Microsoft has powered up his blog with a series of posts about SharePoint and MOSS. Make sure to follow his blog for more interesting stuff. Together with Tisho, Microsoft and Abilitics we founded SharePoint User Group Bulgaria which is also gaining good speed for its first two meeting in this […]
The one thing I was missing the most when I started to try and learn MSBuild was a workflow that shows different events that are happening during MSBuild process. Fortunately Martin Danner has prepared a complete MSBuild Target Map that shows on which target you can hook up. Must have for every MSBuild programmer.
A nice list of all new features in IIS 7.5 (the one in Windows Server 2008) is located in Michael Pietroforte post – Windows Server 2008 R2 new features – the complete list – Part 3: IIS 7.5 and Performance. Internet Information Services 7.5 (IIS) PowerShell provider for IIS 7 has more than 50 new […]
I recently got the stack trace below in one of the web sites that we are building. The site is running EPiServer CMS and it seemed that the problem is caused by a change in the module loading logic in EPiServer CMS SP3. Quote from SP3 Uppgrading problems post in EPiServer Forum. With SP3 there […]