Let’s pick up the 70-480 study guide with the second objective: Implement Program Flow.
Continuing the study guide for Microsoft Exam 70-480. My test date is coming up fast so I need to pick up the pace. I spent a long time on the new HTML5 features, because I have not delved into them in much detail on a project. Most of the remainder of this objective is familiar territory and will have cursory notes.
Continuing the study guide for Microsoft Exam 70-480, we are addressing the media and graphics goals within the Write code that interacts with UI controls objective.
This is a continuation of my study guide for Microsoft Exam 70-480, working toward the Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD): Web Applications certification. We are now tackling the Write code that interacts with UI controls objective, specifically DOM modification.
I encountered a very useful new website called Criticue. It’s a way to get quick, unbiased feedback of your website. It is dead simple to get started, just enter your URL - no signup required.
I just published a release of my open source TFS Test Steps Editor project that can now report application errors to me. To accomplish this, I developed a very simple error reporting service hosted at AppHarbor. When an unhandled exception occurs, a dialog appears offering to report the error. When the user confirms, the exception dump is posted to my cloud service which saves it to a database and emails it to me. Below is a rundown of the steps I took to quickly get it up and running.
Code samples in Microsoft Word tend to get inflamed with the “red squiggle” disease. To keep your sanity while editing code samples, and to present them a bit more nicely to your users, create a style and apply it to all code samples.
I attended the Red-Gate SQL In the City training event yesterday. It was a great opportunity to set the daily grind aside and focus on learning. It’s always inspiring to watch a demo that shows a less painful way to accomplish something I’m struggling with. The challenge is to turn that inspiration into something productive and valuable. My notes follow.
Here’s a nice plugin for Sublime Text: Sublime TFS, by Denis Kulikov. It provides TFS integration right in the editor.