Even though it doesn't take long to add a folder to %Path% by clicking through Windows, I prefer to do this using a little PowerShell instead.
Here's a set of scripts to make it easier to view the items in the "BackConnectionHostNames" registry key, as well as add and remove hostnames.
Here's a set of scripts to make it easier to view the hostname mappings in the hosts file, as well as add and remove hostnames.
In this post, I explain how I like to use Microsoft OneNote to manage what I call "development cheat sheets" -- which are especially useful when developing SharePoint solutions.
This post provides a sample installation guide for an extranet platform based on SharePoint Server 2010 and Office Web Apps.
Does your team utilize a step-by-step installation guide to build and deploy various environments, or do the Development, Test, and Release Management folks simply "wing it"? I certainly hope it's not the latter.
Do you use the U2U CAML Query Builder instead of writing CAML queries from scratch? If not, then you must really know your SharePoint (or perhaps you just enjoy making things harder than they need to be).
Use PowerShell to alleviate the pain of code coverage analysis in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 3.5 solutions (e.g. SharePoint 2010)
This PowerShell script makes it much easier to perform code coverage analysis in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 3.5 solutions (e.g. SharePoint 2010).
It takes a little more work than expected, but you actually can "have your cake and eat it too" when it comes to Visual Studio 2010 code coverage analysis and .NET Framework 3.5 solutions (e.g. SharePoint 2010).
Looking for a solution to convert from HTML to PDF? Here is a list of the products I discovered during my research as well as the results of the head-to-head competition.