nbackup tool and more importantly the
alter database [begin|end] backup commands are a great way to do a quick backup of Firebird database. You just copy the file (or files if you’re using database splitting) and you’re done. The small problem is with restore.
- Novinky v C# 6
- Čo je Git a prečo by ma to malo zaujímať
Doufám, že se uvidíme.
It all started with this tweet:
Pimped up my #PowerShell prompt a little. More bash-like style. #geek
And was asked what I did. It’s actually nothing special, just few things I really like while working via
Bash, which is my default shell wherever possible.
So what I actually did? I just really played little bit with formatting. But the whole prompt for me is like this.
New 126.96.36.199 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. It’s a standard “improving” release, with not much to be seen from outside.
When I wrote few weeks ago about my gotcha with
Win32_Service little I knew it is a journey to begin. Here’s next part.
Speaking last year on MS Fest in Prague about C# 6 I got feedback I showed all the features in funny way and mostly in edge cases which were far from real world usage. And kind of questioning the usefulness of the features.
And I probably did. I tried to show the feature and also abuse it a little. So to show the features are actually useful in real world, here’s a refactoring I did yesterday evening on a few lines of code. The code was fine. But with C# 6 it’s even more fine (I think).
When I’m browsing on my phone I either click on a link and open it in current tab or I want to open to it in background tab. There’s maybe .1% occurrence when I don’t want background tab. And ever since I remember tabs on iOS in Safari it was foreground tab. And I thought it’s given.
Začali jsme trochu na MS Festu, ale přece jen tam to byl takový rychlý průlet v jedné hodině. Na WUGu je o něco více prostoru resp. času, tak se tomu podíváme na zoubek detailněji - 12.1.2016 od 17:30 na WUGu v Praze.
New 188.8.131.52 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. This release cumulated some pretty diverse set of fixes or features.
This is a story about a class named
Win32_Service and the types. Types we all like (or hate, doesn’t matter in this case :)). And the WMI.
Last weekend I was speaking on a conference and one of my two sessions was about new features in C# 6. I like when people ask questions about topic I’m explaining and in this session there were two questions I’d like to share with you, because I think these are very interesting (and also I’m pretty sure it’s described to a detail in the specification, but that’s boring 8-)) and hence worth sharing.
28. a 29. listopadu show MS Fest 2015 pokračuje, tentokrát v Praze. Oproti Brnu mám přednášky dvě, takže se podíváme trochu víc do hloubky.
No a samozřejmě se můžeme potkat na MS Fest Party. Diskuze na cokoli vítána. :)
This was really an enriching experience. Not only I finally understood better formatting and trivias in Roslyn, I also had to think about what my code looks like in general, which I thought I had clear in my head. Here’s the full story.
The task was pretty simple. I had a solution with a lot of objects and the naming of fields was not nice. How can I solve that, preferably without too much manual labor? Of course, automate!
I have been scripting something in build process of one big project where to make the final binaries bunch of other tools need to be executed. Given that this was in pipeline where most of steps were asynchronous I was eager to have this non-blocking as well and possibly introduce parallelism.
10. a 11. října to opět vypukne - MS Fest 2015. První představení v Brně (Praha a Bratislava budou následovat). Jestliže nemáte o víkendu co dělat, chtěl bych vás nalákat na svoji přednášku.
Pokud programujete v C#, jednoduše nemůžete chybět.
Tak jako vždy slajdy a dema “se dolaďují” a pokud vás něco speciálně zajímá dejte mi vědět.
New 184.108.40.206 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. This release constains one high priority bug fix on found in 220.127.116.11.
New 18.104.22.168 version of ADO.NET provider for Firebird is ready for download. This release constains mostly performance improvements, although some bugs were fixed as well.
I recently moved my email. Moving from Exchange 2013 to IMAP with CardDAV and CalDAV. I felt the Exchange started to be too much for me and also constraining me a little. The weird behavior of Outlook last week was the trigger.
Thanks to the option to connect to my Exchange also via IMAP exporting emails was easy. Same with contacts. The plain old CSV and that’s it. Finally the calendar. That was bit harder, because export to iCal from Outlook was, well say, dirty. But I found tool called FreeMiCal. After changing the sources a little and also doing some mass changes via Outlook I was able to export it in a format I liked and also format I was able to import into services I was testing. Once the exports were imported it was time to start consuming all the services.