Sometimes you just need to CodingHorror it!

The title of this post is a tongue-in-cheek reference to SubSonic’s inline query by the same name, which in turn is a reference to the blogger Jeff Atwood’s blog who you should all know.  Rob Conery, the SubSonic project leader, named the inline query class CodingHorror after…

TF30042: The database is full. Contact your Team Foundation Server administrator.

Today I received the following error while trying to check in some code after a marathon night of coding: TF30042: The database is full. Contact your Team Foundation Server administrator. I got one of those "oh crap" sinking feelings, that some how my TFS server had decided to just die…

Creating an extension module for .NET URL Rewriter and Reverse Proxy

Wow that is a long title. Recently I have been looking for quick posts that I can put out each day to keep my blog relevant and also so I don't feel like I am slacking off too much. Today I want to post about a little known feature in…

Why isn't Journalistic integrity important to Slashdot anymore?

Slashdot has been around for over a decade now and many tech nerds first cut their teeth on Slashdot as an information source for everything tech related, because it predated the blogging revolution by almost a half decade.  I can say with an almost certainty that every person who…

Nick Berardi's Essential Software for 2008

Every developer has their favorite tool collection that they must have in order to survive while developing software. The list below is indispensable in my day-to-day activities and that is why I am sharing it with my readers. My list was inspired by Scott Hanselman's own list of tools that…

Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact C# 3.0

One of the things I love to learn about is the history of how things come to be. Specifically my interests have always been in the evolutions of religion and the tech world (yeah I know pretty much polar opposites, but that is what I like to learn about). I…