Pimp My PowerShell
Install Scoop http://scoop.sh/ A command-line installer for Windows iex (new-object net.webclient).downloadstring('https://get.scoop.sh') Install a nicer prompt Install pshazz via concfg Give your powershell some pizazz. scoop install pshazz Install concfg https://github.com/lukesampson/concfg concfg is
Fix slow startup of ASP.NET MVC 5 on Azure App Services
You've deployed your MVC 5 website to Azure App Service (via Team Services); with pride you visit the site and start clicking... But wait, it's so slow even though you've done everything right, and 'it works on my machine'. Maybe you even scaled up
Fix "VT-x is not available (VERR_VMX_NO_VMX)" Virtualbox error
I don’t know if it’s caused by new build of Win 10 or something else, but I started getting these errors when starting my Virtual box machines. Well not on all machine actually. Failed to open a session for the virtual machine
Windows - fix "HTTP server doesn't seem to support byte ranges" Vagrant error
Vagrant is very popular in the Linux community, but it also runs on Windows (where it comes with its own set of problems I guess). I was trying to set up some machine, but the boxes needed to be downloaded first. Unfortunately my machine
Where is AssemblyVersion in file explorer Properties window
Assumption Building an assembly this AssemblyInfo.cs file. [assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.*")] [assembly: AssemblyFileVersion("2.0.4")] [assembly: AssemblyInformationalVersion("2.0.0-myinfo")] Where do these version go But where canthe [AssemblyVersion] be found, that was set to
System.IO.InvalidDataException: End of Central Directory record could not be found.
When using System.IO.Compression.ZipFile.Open on a rar file I got theInvalidDataException. System.IO.InvalidDataException: End of Central Directory record could not be found. I started recreating the rar files, but no luck. Instead of digging further I got on nuget.
Include .pdb files in Web Application Publish for Release mode (VS2012)
While most people want to get rid of the pdb files in release mode, I want to keep them. They don’t impact the performance of the application. They offer very useful information when exceptions occur. Etc.. In Visual Studio 2012, the .pdb files