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  • Have you met arguments.callee?

    Just the other day I had a need to use arguments.callee and I realized that's not something you really see every day in JavaScript. Maybe I could talk about it a bit. Anonymous functions everywhere It's not news to anyone reading this blog that one of JavaScript's workhorses are anonymous...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 09-10-2010
    Filed under: Tips-and-Tricks, JavaScript, JavaScript-Demystified
  • More on blocked files

    I've written about this before. You download a file to use in your web application, like a JavaScript library or an image file but the browser just can't seem to load it. You spend hours looking for a typo or broken link until you find out about that Unblock button and you realize that it's...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 06-23-2010
    Filed under: Development, Tips-and-Tricks
  • Rule "Previous releases of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008" failed

    Today I was trying to install SQL 2008 on my box and the setup stopped after checking a bunch of rules. The error message was the title of this post. A quick search on the internet revealed that somehow the installer didn't believe I had VS 2008 SP1 installed, which I did. The recommendations in...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 03-07-2010
    Filed under: Tips-and-Tricks, SQLServer
  • Code coverage reports with NCover and MSBuild

    I've been doing a lot of static analysis on our projects at work lately. As part of that task we added NCover to our automated build process. Our build runs on Team Build (TFS) and is specified in an MSBuild file. We wanted to take code metrics very seriously and we purchased the complete version...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 02-09-2010
    Filed under: .NET, Tips-and-Tricks, Automation, UnitTesting
  • How to detect the text encoding of a file

    Today I needed a way to identify ANSI (Windows-1252) and UTF-8 files in a directory filled with files of these two types. I was surprised to not find a simple way of doing this via a property of method somewhere under the System.IO namespace. Not that it's that hard to identify the encoding programmatically...
    Posted to Sergio Pereira by sergiopereira on 01-26-2010
    Filed under: .NET, Tips-and-Tricks
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