I’ve recently become addicted to pallet wood projects on Pinterest, there’s something beautiful in breathing life back into old wood, and best of all it’s free. After finding a free source of pallets I’ve tried my hand a couple of projects, some shelves for the bathroom and a pallet wood stool, I was pretty happy with the results so I thought I’d try my hand at something more substantial, a coffee table.Read Article
Here’s some useful templates for managing Scrum projects using Excel. Why use Excel? For simplicity. Sometimes great software and tools are necessary, sometimes they just over complicate the process.Read Article
Backbone.Spark provides computed property support for Backbone.js, the goal of the extension is to make computed properties behave in the same way as a normal attribute so your other code doesn’t need to know the difference.Read Article
It bugs me when developers check in files to TFS that haven’t been modified. It’s easy to do, you open a file, edit it, change your mind and ctrl-z it. Now you have a checked out file with no changes and when you do your next check in you’ll probably check that file in too, unless you’re really on the ball and compare each file manually first. TFS makes no distinction between checked in files that were modified and those that weren’t, which makes the job of reviewing code that much harder.Read Article
So you’ve been working on your code from Team Foundation Server (TFS), made changes then realised you should really have started a branch for it.
I couldn’t find a good tutorial anywhere for how to do this so here’s the best workflow I found.Read Article
This post is based on Entity Framework 4.1 Code First Fluent API.
I have an Entity Framework model being used in the business layer called Patient, it has a collection of dependent entities called Responses, when a response needs to be deleted I simply remove it from the collection and expect that it’ll get deleted from the database. It doesn’t.