I have a few blogs and other applications that leverage MySQL as a database. I wanted to automate the backup of the associated database data. My specific requirements are: Needs to work on Windows Server (my hosting
At work we use Jenkins as our continuous integration server. Our implementation at work has to integrate with ClearCase and does a few tasks before actually doing the build. This is pretty typical. Our setup then calls
Estimating when a new software feature will be done is a tricky but important task. “When will you be done?” Typically on the other end of this question is the person writing your check. Maybe not directly,
I previously blogged about the repository pattern and .NET implementations. Here are the links to those old posts: The Repository Pattern The Repository Pattern – Part 2 Since that time, I have zeroed in on a fairly
I often use a generic repository pattern as a wrapper around my data access logic. This wrapper generally serves the purpose of encapsulating specific implementation details. Here are the repository interfaces that I current use: public interface
I previously posted on how to use Uploadify to upload files. The previous post covered really well how to upload single files to an ASP.NET MVC controller using Uploadify. This post will expand on that a bit.
There are a number of great jQuery modal plug-ins that already exist. So, why am I cluttering the interwebs with yet another one? There are a number of reasons: Feature Bloat – A number of plug-ins offer