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Programming, Software, and Tools

  • Visual Studio 2010 slow access to TFS

    Initially I thought it was a network issue. Though I compared the performance with Visual Studio 2008 and notice a huge different in terms of performance. After a few days, it was still the same. After a few google search. I found out the solution is to change the proxy setting for Visual Studio 2010 from MSDN forum.

  • How to uninstall GAC without gacutil

    The web server behave differently and after tracing using ProcMon (Process Monitor) I found out that it using dlls from the GAC_MSIL directory. The directory doesn't visible to human eye because it used by the system the read the IL code. Basically the actual dlls' directory is in C:\WINDOWS\assembly. I know that the app use the wrong dlls, it should used the dlls inside bin directory instead. now what?

  • Meet WPF Twitter Client

    I'm not sure how many of my readers being on twitter. If you have no idea what it is, go to twitter.com, create your account there and start post what are you doing. I am a big fan of twitter. Normally I post and read it on the web, until I found this cool WPF client called wittytwitter. I'm a windows guy, so this probably a good thing for me since it only supported Windows XP and Vista. The best things is, it was released under open source's New BSD License. Try to be platform agnostic, dear reader, whether you are a Mac guy, Linux guy, or just a Web advocate, check their project website hosted on code.google.com. If you're a developer and trying very hard day and night, sacrificed your valuable time for years but still thinking that you're a noob, let's try to follow Scott's advice on reading code to be a better developer. Get your subversion client running on your machine and check out the code.

  • Shame and Down to Earth HttpContext.Items Property

    There is a few options to used if you want to stored object on the server-side. Some of the common techniques people used are including Session, Cache, Application. There's a different between each of the techniques.Obviously Items does not gain a lot of attention from developer. Mike Duncan has posted 3 hot uses for HttpContext.Current.Items that might change the way developers look at it. So what it is? What so special about it? Where can I used it? Taken from MSDN site: