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This morning I went to check on my blog – the very blog you’re busy reading – and I was greeted with a dreaded YSOD (Yellow Screen of Death). What? That can’t be! I haven’t deployed anything since about 10 days ago, so I know it wasn’t my code! What gives? It turns out that I had some garbled post files. My blog is built on MiniBlog which stores all posts as xml files. One of the changes I made ...
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That’s right – I’m moving from Imaginet to Northwest Cadence (NWC) at the end of this month. That’s the high-level version – read no further if you don’t need back-story! A huge thanks to all at Imaginet for an awesome 4 years. It was a pleasure working with all of you. Getting into ALM I’m often asked how I got into ALM. Well, I studied Computer Science up to Masters at Rhodes University ...
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Unfortunately there is no TechEd Africa this year – Microsoft have opted to go for smaller, more focused sessions in multiple cities (or at least that’s what I gather). I think it’s a shame, since the TechEd Africa event was always fantastic – and who doesn’t like getting out the office for a couple of days? Anyway, the good news is that Microsoft are hosting “A Day of DevOps, Release Management, ...
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We’ve been working on a rewrite of our Timetracking tool (formerly Notion Timesheet) and it’s going live today – Imaginet Timesheet! Timesheet lets you log time against TFS work items using a web interface. The web site can be installed on any IIS server (if you want to host it on-premises) or even onto Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS) if you have a public-facing TFS or are using Visual Studio ...