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Web

  1. Styling HTML Lists with CSS: Techniques and Resources — If you’re new to CSS, this article should provide a good overview of the different types of lists available, as well as some of the browser quirks that occur in relation to HTML lists, with some helpful advice that should prevent those quirks from becoming major road blocks to good design...
  2. Use Less to reduce CSS clutter! — Reading a post by Phil Haack, I learned about a neat technology called LESS that helps reduce the amount of CSS and duplicated code you have to create. It was originally a Ruby Gem but now has a .Net port called .Less which can be found at...

Visual Studio

  1. VS2010 Menu Text Looks Corrupt Under VMWare Workstation 7 — Earlier this week I upgraded my VM Workstation to 7 from 6.5. One of the benefits of this was supposed to be support for Windows Aero for Guest Windows 7 virtual machines. I needed to set a couple of things in order for Aero to even become enabled in my virtual machine since I was working with VMs I already had created...
  2. PaulStovell.com Visual Studio Colour Scheme — I was getting bored with dark colour schemes in Visual Studio, so about a month ago I put together a colour scheme that matches PaulStovell.com. The colours my blog uses are inspired by StackOverflow, with a few small differences to make it fit with the other colours I use...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Top 15+ Best Practices for Writing Super Readable Code — Code readability is a universal subject in the world of computer programming. It’s one of the first things we learn as developers. This article will detail the fifteen most important best practices when writing readable code...
  2. VMWare Memory Issue — I just purchased a new HP ENVY laptop that has 8 GB of RAM and 4 processors. The only reason I bought a new laptop was that I wanted more RAM to run my virtual development environment...
  3. Bored with you standard presentation slides? — The human brain is not linear and I struggle quite often to get my ideas in a presentation. I like to use mind mapping techniques to sort ideas and create stories. Most presentation solutions today unfortunately are based on slides placed in a fixed sequence resulting in a lot of duplication with 'summary' slides. Cool animations and transformations try to cover up the non linear patterns of my brain...



Дата публикации: 13.12.2009 19:50

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web