Are you familiar with the "tfpt scorch" command? Have you ever used PowerShell to quickly cloak/uncloak folders in your TFS workspaces? If not, here are a couple of tips that could save you a little time.
Random Musings of Jeremy Jameson
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.
Wondering why there was a long gap between my previous two blog posts? Give me a few minutes, and I'll get you caught up on what I've been doing for the past year.
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).
Here's a little PowerShell script I whipped up to import the TechnologyToolbox.com log files into a SQL Server database for some "quick and dirty" analysis.
If you think that programmatically filtering errors in ELMAH is as easy as specifying filters in Web.config, you might be in for a surprise.
In my previous post, I briefly mentioned the unit tests I created while trying to figure out why my ELMAH filter was not working as expected. Well, here they are for your enjoyment (or idle curiosity).
I finally got around to configuring an ELMAH filter for the TechnologyToolbox.com website (so I wouldn't be bothered by frequent email messages due to failed hack attempts). During the process, I also discovered a couple of bugs in ELMAH (and learned a lot more about the internal workings of ELMAH).