If you've done much Xamarin iOS work you're probably run into Frank Krueger's awesome framework, EasyLayout, that makes manually coded auto layout's considerably easier to read and maintain.
Welcome to our continuing series on the Hololens. In this video, I will discuss how to debug and how to deploy applications to the Hololens. To demonstrate, I will use an application we built that shows using a 2-D and 3-D views inside of the same app.
We absolutely love the Hololens, so much in fact that we decided to launch of video series on the Hololens. In this video, Lee Richardson discusses three elements of the Hololens that he feels users will come to appreciate.
In the first article in this series (Git: Rebase vs Merge) I covered the tactics of rebasing. I discussed what merge commits are, and how to avoid them with rebasing. In this post I'll cover the benefits of rebasing, including how its use speeds up finding hard to track down bugs via git blame and git bisect.
SRV_JAVA_OPTS=”-Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 -Dapp=CrashPlanService -DappBaseName=CrashPlan -Xms20m -Xmx1024m -Dsun.net.inetaddr.ttl=300 -Dnetworkaddress.cache.ttl=300 -Dsun.net.inetaddr.negative.ttl=0 -Dnetworkaddress.cache.negative.ttl=0 -Dc42.native.md5.enabled=false”
I firmly believe ReSharper is the best thing to happen to .Net since Visual Studio (NCrunch is a close second). In evangelizing it I managed to convince my program to purchase copies for every developer. One caveat: I had to train everyone.
Exposing Web API endpoints from DotNetNuke is very easy to do and is extremely useful for accessing the internals of DNN. For example, if I want to get a list of all of the custom roles that are available for a particular DNN site, I can easily do so by creating a custom endpoint as illustrated at http://www.dnnsoftware.com/community-blog/cid/144400/webapi-tips.
Distributed version control (git): Check.
Feature branches: Check.
Rebasing: Ugh, seriously?
On multiple projects I've attempted to introduce the concept of rebasing commits. It rarely goes well (at first). The initial reaction tends to be reluctance and confusion.
At InfernoRed Technology we have a team of awesome developers and technologists. When we're not building amazing products for our partners and customers all over the country we're out getting involved in our local developer communities. Throughout the year InfernoRed hosts, sponsors, and speaks at developer events like meetups, code camps, and conferences. This next month is no exception! Here is what we'll be up to:
Have you attended a presentation on the hottest bleeding-edge technology and the presentation turned out to be less exciting than watching the paint grow (or the grass dry)?
When it comes to technology, I don't learn by watching somebody else do it; I have to do it myself.
So why do so many technical talks consist of reading slides or pasting code blocks?
Topics: Best Practices