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Kyle Burns November 2011 Entries
Screen shots and documentation on the cheap
Occasionally I am surprised to open up my toolbox and find a great tool that I've had for years and never noticed. The other day I had just such an experience with Windows Server 2008. A co-worker of mine was squinting to read to screenshots that he had taken using the "Print Screen, paste" method in WordPad and asked me if there was a better tool available at a reasonable cost. My first instinct was to take a look at CamStudio for him, but I also knew that he had an immediate need to take some more ......

Posted On Thursday, November 17, 2011 1:39 PM

Build Dependencies and Silverlight 4
At my current position, I’ve been doing quite a bit of Silverlight development and have also been working with TFS2010 build services to enable continuous integration. One of the critical pieces of a successful continuous build setup (and also one of the benefits of having one) is that the build system should be able to “get latest” against the source repository and immediately build with no errors. This can break down both in an automated build scenario and a “new guy” scenario when the solution ......

Posted On Thursday, November 10, 2011 8:34 AM

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