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I just spent the better part of a day trying to solve this problem, so I’m posting the solution for any who may encounter it in the future. You’re welcome 😉 For a project I am currently working on, I needed to add a post-build event which invokes a PowerShell script. The script performs some[…]
A few interesting articles/posts I have come across recently and wanted to share… Two Months with a Tesla – This is an awesome write-up from Andrew Connell about his experience with his new Tesla S 85D. Like him, I have always been interested in Tesla and the cars they are producing. They are poised to radically[…]
Today marks the release of an updated version of my Open in IE add-on for Firefox. This add-on is utilized by over 10,000 people on a daily basis to open certain sites in Internet Explorer that don’t work correctly in Firefox. I originally developed this to address my own frustrations, but I am thrilled to see[…]
The Ultimate Guide For Getting Freelance-Ready When You’re A Self-Taught Coder – This article caught my attention because I am a self-taught coder, and I hope to one day be a freelancer. Joyce Akiko tackles the burning questions that many in my situation have asked or will ask if they have freelancing as a goal. She[…]
This is the first in what will be a recurring series of blog posts for me. As an avid learner in general, and in the field of software development more specifically, I come across a great many articles and blog posts which I find valuable and/or interesting. Beginning with this post, I will collate the best[…]
I’m currently working on a web application that retrieves data from a web API and displays it in a web page, using KnockoutJS to provide the view model to bind to. In some scenarios, the shape of the data that is retrieved will be unknown at design time. The tables and columns that make up the[…]
Today I released version 2.4 of my popular Windows Phone ministry app, MinistryMate. This is the first update in several months, but I’m certain the wait was worth it. This update brings some very important functionality to the app: the ability to sync data to “the cloud.” This functionality is useful for a couple reasons. First, it removes[…]
I recently wrote a post about the fact that the Watchtower Library program is not available on Windows Phone 7, and detailing some possible workarounds. A reader responded with the following question: Do you have any news about WTLIB on Windows 8 Phone? In short, no, I don’t have any information about the availability of[…]
I recently read a blog post regarding the YAGNI principle of programming. The acronym stands for “You Aren’t Gonna Need It!”. The idea really hit home for me because, while I’ve never heard it before, I have seen its truthfulness play out time and again in my programming career. In hindsight, this approach could have[…]
A few months ago, I released my latest Windows Phone app, AssemblyMate. It’s a simple app designed for use by Jehovah’s Witnesses to take notes at assemblies and conventions. I have received a lot of positive feedback from users of the app, and I’ve enjoyed using it myself. But being available only on Windows Phone[…]