CashQuotes App Series. Data Binding in XAML for Windows Phone (part 3)
This is the third post in a series about creating a Universal App for Windows. I’m going to write about one of the most powerful concepts ever created by the mankind - Data Binding.
Boot any machine in your home with PXE
One day I got an old 1-unit Intel server from my friends. It’s dual Xeon 2.8 GHz 32-bit machine from early 2000s and it supports only 4 GB RAM. There is a hardware RAID with 2 HDDs which were quite fast for that time. The server was used in some serious networking tests, and I was told that the hardware is nearing the end of it’s life.
CashQuotes App Series. Retrieving data from HTML source (part 2)
This is the second post in a series about creating a Universal App for Windows. Today we are going to make sure that our app shows some actual data.
CashQuotes Win 8.1 App. Initial Setup of the Universal App Project (part 1)
Today I’m going to start a series of posts about how to create a Universal App for Windows. I’m planning to blog about it once per week and document everything that I find interesting on my way.
Git on Windows - remove deleted files
So you are developing a new shiny windows app and dare to use Git to version control it. In console. And you forgot to put a proper .gitignore file for Visual studio project before committing everything to the repository. Congratulations, you are not the only one who did that. :)
Messing with Vagrant and Hyper-V on the Same Machine
Lately I’ve been doing some work in virtual machines built with Vagrant and noticed a strange thing: vagrant machine cannot start with no obvious error:
One more blog, really?
So am I really going to start a new technical blog now in 2015? What can I write about when it looks like everything has already been discussed on StackOverflow? And there are so many good things written by others, what can I possibly add to that?
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